Online detection of baseline variations through torque measurements in isothermal reaction calorimeters

In addn. to online detection of events in biotechnol., calorimetry could be used to control processes. In the latter case, a correct and instantaneous heat signal must be available. This would be possible only if a correct evaluation of baseline evolution were possible. In this paper, it is shown that torque measurements are a powerful tool for detecting and correcting baseline shifts and for eliminating external perturbations during cultures of a filamentous bacterium. [on SciFinder (R)]


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Thermochimica Acta, 251, 79-84
Year:
1995
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