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thermogram

[′thər·mə‚gram]
(engineering)
The recording made by a thermograph.
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DSC thermograms of the second heating run of the initial PLA, PE-LD, PE-HD, and their blends in ratio 90/10 are presented in Figs.
The thermogram of neat Nyl 6,6 shows that the Tm of neat polymer was about 259 AdegC while the Tm of GNPs/Nyl 6,6 were decreased up to 253 AdegC.
Nan Fuchs first heard about thermograms, she decided to have one herself.
The thermograms (TGA and DTGA) of poly(naphthoxazines) are shown in Figure 12, and the obtained data are summarized in Table 3.
In this ideal case, the unique measurements of the thickness e of the sample and the time of half rise thermogram thus allow the determination of the thermal diffusivity [14].
The onset temperature of the cyclization of PAN, glass transition temperature ([T.sug.g]) of PAN, conversion of the remaining Ti[(OH).sub.4] to Ti[O.sub.2], and crystallization of Ti[O.sub.2] could be easily determined from the DSC thermogram.
It should be understood that the crosslink density values obtained with this method are estimates since the underlying theory contains assumptions that may not be completely valid, and the E' data in this region of the thermogram tend to be somewhat noisy.
Furthermore, data from TGA thermograms revealed that percentage of char remaining at 550 [degrees]C of neat PBAT (4.93 %) was higher than that of neat PLA (0.74 %).
[DELTA]Hr = the heat of reaction obtained as the area of the DSC thermogram.
This paper describes the fusion of thermograms with visual and depth data along with independent gas concentration scans.