endotherm


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endotherm

 [en´do-therm″]
1. an animal that exhibits endothermy.

endotherm

(ĕn′də-thûrm′)
n.
An organism that generates heat to maintain its body temperature, typically above the temperature of its surroundings.
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The endotherm at 155[degrees]C is likely an experimental artifact.
Above these times the glass transition endotherm starts to be very flat and spread on a wider temperature range as a result of the second order transition.
However, the relative species richness of endotherms is only a coarse metric in this regard.
Emcompress like its structurally related analog DCP-anhyd preserved fusion endotherm of the drug very much at its characteristic melting point having the peak location at the temperature of 277.
But, another thought gradually emerged, especially when we recalled that Bakker was the iconoclastic prime mover behind the idea that dinosaurs were endotherm Thirty years ago this was revolutionary, and it certainly altered many of our views of dinosaur ecology and behavior.
The PC powder immersed in acetone for 1 min showed (Fig lb), in addition to the glass transition at about 144[degrees]C, a melting endotherm with peak at 220[degrees]C and a heal of fusion of 22.
EndoTherm by EndoEnterprises is an energy saving central heating additive that helps radiators heat up quicker and stay warmer for longer, reducing boiler load and energy use.
Sh-AA-MBA recorded an endotherm at 136[degrees]C indicating that the structural characteristics of the material was changed after modification.
After being attached onto silica particles (with the size 400 nm), the melting endotherm of the dye decreased dramatically.
In figure 3b, the lower ethylene content copolymer exhibits a prominent melting peak at ~98[degrees]C, corresponding to primary crystallites, and a weak endotherm at ~50[degrees]C, corresponding to secondary crystallites.
However, HP-[beta]-CD exhibits a broad endotherm in temperature of around 150[degrees]C and a sharp endotherm in temperature of around 230[degrees]C.
The second endotherm which was very close to the first transition was attributed to the loss of encapsulated water molecules.

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