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Isothermal calorimetry laboratory

Isothermal calorimetry is the measurement of heat and heat production rate from different processes (physical, chemical, biological) under constant temperature conditions. Different principles can be used for such instruments; at Lund University we have a long tradition in designing heat conduction calorimeters, but we also work with quasi-adiabatic instruments. Samples usually have a volume between 0.5 and 20 mL.

The main aim is to design instruments and methods to help other researchers perform their work more efficiently. We specialise in putting things together in novel ways to make new types of measurements possible and have access to the entire lab full of parts and calorimeters. Below is a partial list of the equipment that we have:


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