Advances in Instrumentation

  • H. G. Wiedemann

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. Advances in Instrumentation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Bernhard Wunderlich, Stephen M. Wolpert
      Pages 17-34
    3. J. P. Redfern, B. L. Treherne
      Pages 55-73
    4. L. Loreto, G. Graziani
      Pages 99-108
    5. J. Klingner
      Pages 115-125
    6. G. Neumann, W. E. Collins
      Pages 139-150
    7. M. Couach, E. Bonjour, H. Chavanel
      Pages 151-160
    8. F. Paulik, J. Paulik
      Pages 161-170
    9. J. M. Ferguson, R. J. Fuller, D. Mortimer
      Pages 197-208
    10. John W. Youren, Derek A. Smith
      Pages 209-224
    11. C. H. Massen, B. Schubart, E. Knothe, J. A. Poulis
      Pages 225-233
    12. Max Linseis
      Pages 269-277
    13. B. Wunderlich, Richard C. Bopp
      Pages 295-301
    14. M. L. Aspinal, H. J. Madoc-Jones, E. L. Charsley, J. P. Redfern
      Pages 303-312
    15. M. McCarty Jr., V. R. Pai Verneker, J. N. Maycock
      Pages 355-366
    16. Rudolf Bárta, Doris Jakubekovà
      Pages 389-396
    17. D. Amstutz
      Pages 415-424
    18. L. G. Berg, M. I. Kozhukhov, V. P. Egunov
      Pages 425-439
    19. R. C. Mackenzie, P. F. S. Ritchie
      Pages 441-452
    20. L. A. García-Ramos, M. Montagut, J. M. Amigó
      Pages 453-460
    21. I. Proks, I. Zlatovský, K. Adamkovičová
      Pages 461-473
    22. W. D. Emmerich, V. Balek
      Pages 475-488
    23. J. Paulik, F. Paulik
      Pages 489-498
    24. E. L. Charsley, A. C. F. Kamp
      Pages 499-513
    25. K. Nunogaki, Y. Nunogaki, T. Nakajima, S. Baba, T. Miyata
      Pages 539-548

About this book


Earlier efforts in the field of thermal analysis were concerned with the demonstration of the applicability of techniques to a broad spectrum of materials and to establish the relationship of such techniques with other more accepted methods. While such efforts will and should continue, the Third International Conference was unique in that the first standards were disclosed for differential thermal analysis. This was the culmination of the international, cooperative effort of the ICTA's Standardization Committee. The standards currently are available from the United State's National Bureau of Standards. Thus, thermal analysis can be considered to have attained its majority. Reali­ zation of full maturity can be expected in the near future. Inclusion of plenary lectures in these volumes represents a significant departure from previous Conferences. This change is the result of the ICTA's recognition of its educational responsibilities. In the Foreword of the Proceedings of the Second International Confer­ ence, Professor L. Berg expressed the hope that thermal methods of analysis would find wider application in science and technology. The citation above, together with the papers presented, indicate the fulfillment of this hope. Xerox Corporation C. B. Murphy Rochester, N.Y., U.S.A. President, ICTA 1968-1971 X Ill PREFACE For the past two decades thermoanalytical methods have reached a stage of considerable importance, which is particularly due to the developments in the area of instrumentation.


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