adiabatic calorimeter

adiabatic calorimeter

[¦ad·ē·ə¦bad·ik ‚kal·ə′rim·əd·ər]
(physical chemistry)
An instrument used to study chemical reactions which have a minimum loss of heat.
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Vent Size Package (VSP): The VSP is a pressure-compensated adiabatic calorimeter, and it can be used to determine the onset temperature, thermodynamic (heat of reaction, ?
Adiabatic calorimeter system for determining the explosion heat of propellants, powders and pyrotechnical materials,
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Based on 20 years customer experience, it is the most accurate and reliable adiabatic calorimeter available today.
TIAX, a premier product and technology-development firm, announced today that it has signed an agreement with French instrumentation company Setaram to distribute the TIAX ARC(R) and APTAC(TM) accelerating rate adiabatic calorimeters throughout Europe.
Adiabatic calorimeters measure heat emitted from chemicals, batteries, capacitors and other portable energy-producing products to determine their thermodynamic and kinetic properties.
Industries, such as chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and energy, as well as the military and government agencies and laboratories, use adiabatic calorimeters to study thermal hazards, chemical kinetics, storage and transportation issues, process interruptions, and chemical process design.