A calorimeter for measuring liquid-metal enthalpies up to 2100°K
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A description is given of a calorimeter using the droplet form of the method of mixtures and test results are presented. The advantages of using droplet specimens are discussed.
KeywordsEnthalpy Statistical Physic Calorimeter Droplet Form
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