ice calorimeter

ice calorimeter
ledo kalorimetras statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Kalorimetras, naudojamas medžiagos tirpimo šilumos kiekiui rasti pagal ledo ir vandens mišinio, kuriame yra tiriamoji medžiaga, tūrio padidėjimą. atitikmenys: angl. ice calorimeter vok. Bunsensches Eiskalorimeter, n; Eiskalorimeter, n rus. бунзеновский калориметр, m; ледяной калориметр, m pranc. calorimètre à glace de Bunsen, m; calorimètre de Bunsen, m

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