peak enthalpimetry

peak enthalpimetry

[′pēk ¦en·thəl′pim·ə·trē]
(analytical chemistry)
A thermochemical analytical procedure applicable to biochemical and chemical analyses; the salient feature is rapid mixing of a reagent stream with an isothermal solvent stream into which discrete samples are intermittently injected; peak enthalpograms result which exhibit the response characteristics of genuine differential detectors.