thermogram


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thermogram

[′thər·mə‚gram]
(engineering)
The recording made by a thermograph.
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Thermograms of the second heating were used to determine the values of the glass transition temperature, [T.sub.g] ([degrees]C), cold crystallization temperature, [T.sub.cc] ([degrees]C), melting temperature [T.sub.m] ([degrees]C), and enthalpies of cold crystallization, [DELTA][H.sub.cc] (J/g), and melting [DELTA][H.sub.m] (J/g).
2 shows the TGA thermograms of Nyl 6,6 and the nanocomposites, which illustrated that the weight of neat Nyl 6,6 remain unchanged upto 360 AdegC and then the curve suddenly dipping down.
This was due to the formation of particles prepared by ionic gelation-spray drying lead to changes in the crystallinity of the drug as well as has being shown by the results of the DTA thermogram and X-ray diffractogram in Figure 2 and Figure 3.
They gave thermograms to 58,000 women and recorded the results.
There were minor discontinuities at the start of the thermograms which do not seem to be thermal events.
Caption: Figure 8: Experimental thermogram of a point in the plane located 2 mm from the surface irradiated (B).
Figure 5 displays representative thermograms that were obtained.
Figure 2 shows the isothermal thermogram of UP resin cured in DSC at a temperature 120[degrees]C in nitrogen atmosphere (50 mL/min).
Gautherie, for example, observed that 38% of the patients with "false positive" thermograms developed cancer within 4 years.
This matrix is subsequently used for correcting the power radiance image of MCM device and a true temperature thermogram can be provided.