From its origins, calorimetry has proven itself to be the ideal technique to study the heat evolved by living organisms.
Various vessel sizes and equipment allow studying bacterial activity, insects’ resistance versus aggressive atmospheres, plants thermogenesis, or living cycles of fishes!
Microcalorimetry (- 40°C to 200°C)
Highlights include: Wide temperature range covering -40 to 200°C 2 measuring wells, featuring zero cross talk, and easily removable and reusable cells High precision isothermal and scanning options are available to enable the study of both transitions and long term isothermal behaviour, such as stability and long term reactions. ...
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Very High Sensitivity Isothermal Calorimeter (ambient to 200°C)
The MS80 calorimeter has the greatest sensitivity in the Calvet 3D calorimeter range.It is It is mostly used in isotherm mode, between ambient temperature and + 200°C,and is intended for measurements of very low thermal effects: self-discharge of batteries, self-decomposition of powders, heat generation of plants and...
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独占の”3D-Sensor Inside”技術を装備したマイクロ熱量計Micro DSC VIIは、広い温度領域(-45 ～120°C)で、昇降温条件（外部冷却装置は不要）での制限された環境における物質の解析（変成、転移、ゲル化、反応等）を目的に設計されています。 2D plate-shaped or cylindrical 3D Calvet sensor?