A comparison of DSC (Differential Scanning Calorimetry) and RADEX for the investigation of safety parameters for inhomogeneous systems

Reliable data on the decomposition of inhomogeneous reaction masses can be difficult to obtain. Sampling can be a particular problem when carrying out small scale work and can lead to a wide variation in results. Such variation could have potentially hazardous implications for process operations. This application note highlights some of the advantages and disadvantages that can occur when using Differential Scanning Calorimetry and provides a comparison with an alternative experimental method using a RADEX.
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