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Alternatives to CFC-114 in High-Temperature Heat Pumps: Compressor Performance with HFC-236EA and HFC-236FA.
Calorimeter Performance Tests of HFC-245ca and HFC-245fa as CFC-11 Replacements.
Characterization of the acidic surface sites on [alpha]-ferric oxide using flow microcalorimetry /
Chemical thermodynamic properties of hydrocarbons and related substances; the use of n-heptane as a reference substance for low-temperature calorimetry
Determination of the Calorific Value of Refuse-Derived-Fuels by Large-Bomb Calorimetry Summary of the 1978 Fiscal Year Results.
Laboratory Procedure for Determining the Total Heat of Combustion in Solid Wastes.
Measurement of the Heat of Reaction between Proteins and Clay Minerals by Microcalorimetry.
Radionuclide Standardization. A Bibliography.
Test Procedures for the Determination of the Gross Calorific Value of Refuse and Refuse-Derived-Fuels by Oxygen Bomb Calorimetry: Summary of the 1977 Fiscal Year Results.
Thermochemistry and its applications to chemical and biochemical systems : the thermochemistry of molecules, ionic species, and free radicals in relation to the understanding of chemical and biochemical systems
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