thermoanalysis

thermoanalysis

[¦thərmo·ə′nal·ə·səs]
(analytical chemistry)
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This result was supported by the thermoanalysis showing that the melting of TFV was absent.
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There was remarkable increase of elastic properties (E') of PLA nanocomposites by the addition of all the nanoparticles shown by the Dynamic Mechanical Thermoanalysis (DMTA).
The work encompasses kinetic process analysis and a detailed characterization of the obtained material properties regarding thermoanalysis and molar mass distribution.
The analysis was performed with a SHIMADZU thermoanalysis system (DSC-50 differential exploratory calorimetry system and a TGA-50 thermobalance) using 5.0 mg of sample with a heating rate of 10[degrees]C [min.sup.-1] under nitrogen flow of 50 mL [min.sup.-1].
With the improvement of thermoanalysis techniques, thermal analysis has been increasingly used as a means of determining kinetic parameters of fuel pyrolysis and combustion [3-5].
It covers in particular, systems architectures, electromagnetics and its application for motion devices, classical and Newtonian mechanics, atomic structures and quantum mechanics, nanostructures and molecular dynamics as well as thermoanalysis and heat equation.
Thermoanalysis (TG/DSC) was performed on a Netzsch STA449C F3 instrument (Netzsch GmbH & Co., Selb, Germany) at a heating rate of 10 K/min under argon atmosphere.
The thermoanalysis data of these samples are summarized in Table 3.
The DSC used here is a module of the METTLER TOLEDO [STAR.sup.e] thermoanalysis system and is performed between 20[degrees]C and 300[degrees]C, with a specimen weight of 20.83 mg and a heating rate of 10[degrees]C/min.