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Relaxation studies of various molecules using a novel modulated temperature technique.

Sami Mohammed Ali

# Relaxation studies of various molecules using a novel modulated temperature technique.

## by Sami Mohammed Ali

Written in English

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PhD thesis, Biochemistry.

 ID Numbers Series D57336/85 Open Library OL19686577M

Other articles where Temperature-jump relaxation technique is discussed: relaxation phenomenon: Temperature-jump experiment: To summarize and clarify this discussion, a temperature-jump relaxation experiment—an important technique in relaxation studies—will be described. In this technique the equilibrium of a system is disrupted by suddenly changing the temperature and . KEYWORDS: Modulation, Sensors, Spectroscopy, Molecules, Phase shift keying, Semiconductor lasers, Laser spectroscopy, Signal detection, Temperature metrology, Absorption Read Abstract + We report on novel methods employing a modulation cancellation technique which result in a significantly increase in the sensitivity and accuracy of trace gas.

1H NMR line shapes and spin−spin relaxation times T2 have shown that in PVME/D2O solutions the LCST transition results in limited mobility of most PVME units, evidently in connection with formation of compact globular-like structures. The minority mobile component, which does not take part in the phase transition, mostly consists of low-molecular-weight fraction of PVME, as shown by SEC. Temperature modulation has long been used in various aspects of thermal methods. Historically, the principle areas of application have been the determination of kinetic parameters using variants of the temperature jump method and the measurement of heat capacity by AC calorimetry. More recently the introduction of temperature modulation in a variety of techniques has been used in combination.

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Relaxation phenomenon, in physics and chemistry, an effect related to the delay between the application of an external stress to a system—that is, to an aggregation of matter—and its response. It may occur in nuclear, atomic, and molecular systems.

Chemists and physicists use relaxation effects to study processes that take only a fraction of a second. Relaxation studies of various molecules using a novel modulated temperature technique Author: Ali, S.

ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Salford Current Institution: University of Salford Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. Modulated temperature differential scanning calorimetry (MTDSC) is a novel thermoanalytical technique which involves the application of a sinusoidal heating programme to a sample and the resolution of the response into reversing and non-reversing signals, thereby enabling the deconvolution of complex and overlapping thermal by: The progress of ageing was measured using conventional and modulated temperature DSC.

technique to study enthalpic relaxation: the ageing peak potentially have a different. Molecular relaxation curves of five different polystyrene samples, four monodisperse of weight-average molecular weight ranging from to 2and one polydisperse, have been studied. KWW function with a β of ± was found to fit well the imaginary parts of C p κ ([C p κ]”) at all temperatures.

The peak relaxation frequencies were found to follow VTF law with a T 0 of ( ± 5) K, very close to the Kauzmann temperature of K. Such specific heat spectroscopy measurements, as described above have great potential for use, where other relaxation spectroscopic. Ultra-low-field MRI is an emerging technology that allows MRI and NMR measurements in microtesla-range fields.

In this work, the possibilities of relaxation-based temperature measurements with ultra-low-field MRI were investigated by measuring T 1 and T 2 relaxation times of agarose gel at 50 μT–52 mT and at temperatures 5–45 °C.

Measurements with a 3 T scanner were made for comparison. For the first time, the novel experimental technique Temperature Modulated Optical Refractometry (TMOR) was employed for cocoa butter thermal transitions characterization.

The average refractive index (NMEAN), the volume (v) change, and the volumetric expansion coefficient (β q) as well as the dynamic quantities β ′ and β ″ (real and imaginary volumetric expansion.

Temperature-modulated differential scanning calorimetry (TMDSC) is a relatively new thermal analysis technique in which the normal temperature scan used in DSC is generally overlaid by a low-frequency sinusoidal perturbation ranging from approximately to Hz [].A typical temperature history used in TMDSC is depicted schematically in Fig.

17 A sinusoidal temperature modulation is the program used most often; however, there are many different forms of temperature programs for this aim.

17 In addition to the technique, a simple. The recent novel temperature-modulated DSC (MDSC™ TA Instruments) technique has been applied to the measurement of the thermal properties of chalcogenide glasses of the (AsS)−xYx.

Introduction. The term relaxation is used to describe a reaction's return to equilibrium. An equilibrium system is subjected to an external perturbation, such a temperature change. When the change is applied suddenly, the lagging time it takes the system to reach the new equilibrium position is related to the $$k_f$$ and $$k_r$$ constants and is called relaxation time, $$\tau$$.

Several different NMR methods were used in these studies, including the solid-state NMR spectroscopy of different nuclei in cement compounds, e.g., 29 Si, 27 Al and 2 H.

This method can also be optimized to allow in situ applications [ 19 ]. Theoretical studies of relaxation processes in excited state impurity molecules: Application to naphthalene dimers8) Reiner Wertheimer") and Robert Silbey Department of Chemistry and Center for Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of.

Furthermore, stress relaxation appears to be temperature dependent, as intraoral temperatures can accelerate this process as compared to ambient room temperatures (Fang et al., ). Similar results were found in an in vivo study of von Mises strains experienced by aligners, a parameter used for assessing the amount of load that can be applied.

Relaxometric studies are still of scientific interest due to their use in medicine and biology. In this study, proton T1 and T2 relaxivities of Mn(II), Cu(II) and Cr(III) in water were determined in the presence and absence of various proteins (albumin, α-globulin, γ-globulin, lysozyme, fibrinogen).

The 1/T1 and 1/T2 in all solutions are linearly proportional to the concentration of the. temperature of the transition depends on pressure, the relaxation does not. Introduction The study of molecular motions in dense ﬂuids is of long-standing interest to physicists, chemists, and biologists.

How the time scale of the dynamics varies with temperature, pressure, entropy, etc., reﬂects the nature of the intermolecular.

The echo decays were analyzed and spin–spin relaxation times (T 2) were obtained for each layer. From the depth dependent T 2 relaxation time study, it was found that the molecular mobility of water within the forming porous matrix of these two samples varied notably at different stages of film formation.

At an intermediate stage, a gradual. The acid corrosion inhibition process of mild steel in 1 M HCl by azelaic acid dihydrazide has been investigated using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS).

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