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1. Basic representation, criteria and categories A calorimetric device in a simplified form is presented in Figure 3. Figure 3. Schematic representation of a calorimeter Here, the system "S" includes the sample and its container, with which it is in good thermal contact (both of them being at temperature Ts). The system "S" is thermally connected to the surrounding thermostat "T" (at temperature TT ) through the thermal resistance "R". 2 hereafter), though at least monitored. The basic criterion we shall use to distinguish different types of calorimeters will be that of the heat exchanges between system S and thermostat T.
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Torsional braid analysis (TBA), n- a dynamic mechanical analysis technique where the sample is supported on a braid. 6. Experimental conditions The specifics of how the technique is used, additional experimental parameters and constraints should, of course, be reported alongside the data in all published work. It is important to separate the technique (instrumentation) from the way in which it is used (experiment). The make and model number should be included in all reports, papers and studies as well as an experimental section that describes in full all experimental parameters.