Enthalpy of Fusion of Bismuth: A Certified Reference Material for Differential Scanning Calorimetry
Donald G. Archer
An adiabatic calorimeter was used to measure the enthalpy of fusion of a sample of high-purity bismuth. The new value of the entalpy of fusion was determined to be delta^fusH=(53.146 plus or minus 0.082) J multiplied g negative 1, where the uncertainty corresponded to a 95% confidence interval. The temperature of fusion of this sample was found not to differ with previous accurate determinations within the accuracy of the fusion-temperature determination made in the present study. A comparision with some other enthalpy of fusion determinations is made.
Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data
bismuth, calorimetric standards, differential scanning calorimetry, enthalpy of fusion
Enthalpy of Fusion of Bismuth: A Certified Reference Material for Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data
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