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A modified adiabatic bomb calorimeter for specific heat capacity measurements


, : A modified adiabatic bomb calorimeter for specific heat capacity measurements. International Agrophysics 5(1-2): 53-66

Modifications to the adiabatic bomb calorimeter to enable its use for specific heat capacity measurements by the principle of mixtures are described. Calibration results using pure zinc pellets gave a reproducibility of +or-4.8% while the max. percentage error was 5.38%. The equipment was then used to measure the specific heat capacity of shelled and unshelled melon, maize, rice and yam seeds, in the 7-60% w.b. moisture range and 40-68 degrees C temp. range.


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