The possibility of manufacturing a single-pan differential thermal analyzer unit

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The use of a single-pan differential thermal analyzer (DTA) unit is proposed in this paper based on the experimental results and justified from the theory for DTA units. Such a design would simplify the construction and operation of DTA units. A basic requirement for this kind of design is the accurate measurement of sample temperature. It would also make the design of simultaneous TGA (thermogravimetry analyzer)-DTA units more robust and less likely to mechanical breakage. © 1995.

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Chen, D., & Dollimore, D. (1995). The possibility of manufacturing a single-pan differential thermal analyzer unit. Thermochimica Acta, 249(C), 259–267. https://doi.org/10.1016/0040-6031(95)90706-8

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