Derivative conduction calorimetry

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Conference12th International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement: 07 July 2007, Montreal, QC.
Pages112; # of pages: 12
AbstractDerivative conduction calorimetry is a new approach to the analysis of conduction calorimetry data. It is particularly useful in circumstances where multiple reactions take place during a single chemical process. This paper describes the methodology used for derivative conduction calorimetry. Examples of its use are given based on ordinary Portland cement hydration reactions, the hydration reactions of cement constituents and the effects of supplementary cementing materials and polycarboxalyte admixtures on those reactions. The benefits of Derivative Conduction Calorimetry are described and recommendations for its use are presented.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number49256
NPARC number20377507
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