g], stress relaxation endotherm
, and a residual cure exotherm.
The samples were stretched at 95[degrees]C, the as-stretched sample exhibited a cold crystallization exotherm at 135-140[degrees]C and a melting endotherm
at approximately 250[degrees]C.
Energetic demands are roughly an order of magnitude greater in endotherms
relative to ectotherms of the same size (e.
Based on the result, all the endotherm
peak is within temperature range at about 50[degrees]C-200[degrees]C.
Hence, the denaturation endotherm
does not appear on the DSC cycle for minimally or 'just surface' adsorbed samples.
Conversely, the inverse association between the RPL and altitude appears to bear out Allen's rule (1877) that endotherms
tend to have shorter appendages in colder climates.
Exotherms are characterized by the presence of two crystallization peaks at 61-62 [degrees]C and 98 [degrees]C, whereas the endotherm
has only one broad melting peak at 110-111 [degrees]C.
In the DSC thermogram of ofloxacin, a single melting endotherm
at 277[degrees]C was observed as reported in literature .
The University of Sydney study was conducted to determine whether exposure to chronic cold, level of activity, or an interaction between the two worked to reduce the body temperature of an endotherm
such as the bush rat.
To ward off the predators, the endotherm
lets out a terrifying roar.
Investigators believed the 66 C endotherm
to be the melting of amylopectin that had recrystallized and increased when the product was stored.
You can seal your sample hermetically to suppress any endotherm
of vaporization for residual solvent.