microcalorimeter

microcalorimeter

[‚mī·krō‚kal·ə′rim·əd·ər]
(engineering)
A calorimeter for measuring very small amounts of heat, in which the heat source and a small heating coil are placed in identical vessels and the amount of current through the coil is varied until the temperatures of the vessels are identical, as indicated by thermocouples.
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Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (ITC)- The interaction between the PDZ domain of nNOS and C-terminal peptides was measured using a VP-ITC MicroCalorimeter in 20 mM Hepes buffer, pH 7.
Due to the inherently small size of an individual microcalorimeter detector, an array of detectors is constructed to collect as many X-ray photons as possible.
Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) profiles of HSA (15 [micro]M) in the absence and the presence of 6-shogaol (60 [micro]M) were obtained on a Nano DSC microcalorimeter (TA Instruments, New Castle, DE) equipped with 0.
They reacted isocyanate with n-butanol, s-butanol, and i-butanol, respectively and measured the heats of reaction using a differential microcalorimeter of the Tian-Calvet type.
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Application of microcalorimeter to characterize adhesion between asphalt binders and aggregates, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 21(6): 235-243.
Dr Braissant and his colleagues used a microcalorimeter to detect the growth of Mycobacterium tuberculosis - the bacterium which causes TB.