Journal of thermal analysis

, Volume 36, Issue 7–8, pp 2299–2312 | Cite as

Nouvelles substances d'intercomparaison proposees pour l'etalonnage en temperature et en energie d'analyseurs thermiques (ou calorimetriques) differentiels

  • par Raphaël Sabbah 
  • Lahcen El Watik


Several organic compounds as new reference materials for temperature and energy calibration of DTA and DSC appartuses were studied in the range of temperature 300–600 K.


Im Temperaturbereich 300–600 K wurden einige organische Verbindungen als neue Referenzsubstanzen für die Temperatur- und Energieeichung bei DTA und DSC untersucht.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • par Raphaël Sabbah 
    • 1
  • Lahcen El Watik
    • 1
  1. 1.Centre de Thermodynamique et Microcalorimétrie du C.N.R.S.26MarseilleFrance

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