calorimetric test

calorimetric test

[kə¦lȯr·ə¦me·trik ′test]
(engineering)
The use of a calorimeter to determine the thermochemical characteristics of propellants and explosives; properties normally determined are heat of combustion, heat of explosion, heat of formation, and heat of reaction.
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HDL-Cholesterol and LDL-Cholesterol were evaluated by using Enzymatic Calorimetric Test. VLDL-Cholesterol was estimated by using the succeeding formula: VLDL= TG / 5.
Total cholesterol was estimated by Allantoin et al method and triglycerides by enzyme calorimetric test and HDL by precipitation method were directly measured and VLDL was calculated by TGL/5 and LDL was calculated by Total cholesterol (VLDL+HDL).
A preliminary calorimetric test was performed in order to determine the relevant temperatures for the crystallization phenomena of PCL.
Percentage of weight obtained as a function of time from cone calorimetric test was presented in Fig.
The glass transition temperature [T.sub.g] of the alder-wood SE lignin determined by calorimetric test of the samples was found to be in the range of 137-157[degrees]C (Fig.
Total cholesterol (TC) and TG concentrations in serum were measured by an enzymatic calorimetric test (Bayer Diagnostics), and serum HDL-C concentrations were measured by a selective inhibition technique (Bayer Diagnostics).
Quantification of anaerobic dormancy in Artemia embryos: a calorimetric test of the control mechanism.
During the calorimetric test we can determine the total volumetric losses, which are made of losses because of dead volume, losses because of gas heating, blow-by losses and volumetric losses because of pressure drop on suction side [DELTA][p.sub.s].
Serum TC was done using kit AGAPPE diagnostics, TG using Enzyme calorimetric test and HDL-C using Phosphotungstic Acid method.