A Constant Temperature Control System for the Range, Room Temperature to -320°F
Studies of liquid-vapor equilibria of gas mixtures at this laboratory require that the equilibrium cell be maintained uniformly at any desired temperature from approximately room temperature to -320°F. The temperature-control system must also tolerate a substantial heat input, in the form of warm gas flowing into the cell, without loss of control.
KeywordsCopper Tubing Fire Hazard Temperature Control System Electrical Input Dewar Flask
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