in admixture. Sulfate
may be rapidly
and easily titrated thermometrically using standard solutions
of Ba2+ as titrant. Industrially, the procedure...
for this purpose, and they may be considered
thermometry, in contrast, can be only slightly...
- as the determination
of how substrates
bind to enzymes. Thermometric titrimetry Thermometric titrimetry
is an extraordinarily versatile
- temperature scales
have used various reference points
and thermometric substances
for definition. The most common scales
are the Celsius
- The end point
by a colour change
to green. In thermometric
titrations, a constant addition
rate of titrant equates
to a constant...
of a body. Such cases supply
what are called thermometric
bodies, that allow
point. ****-Lussac concurred. With measurements
only at the two thermometric fixed points
of water, ****-Lussac was unable
to show that the equation...
- During recent
decades, many thermometric techniques
have been developed. The most promising
non-invasive thermometric techniques
in a biotech...
- was later ennobled
as Lord Kelvin, wrote
in his paper
On an Absolute Thermometric Scale
of the need for a scale whereby
"infinite cold" (absolute zero)...
that a test body has the same temperature
as a reference thermometric
body. For a body in thermal equilibrium
with another, there