Practical Applications of HyperDSC in a Pharmaceutical Laboratory
... shown is a mixture of Carbamezipine stable form I and metastable form III. Figure 6 shows an experiment carried out at 500 C/min in which a very weak endotherm
was detected for the melting of Carbamazepine form III, a polymorph making up only 1% of the sample content.
Analysis of a weak...
Endotherm in Biological Definition
...internal temperature and so were assumed to have the same temperature as their surroundings.
In winter , there may not be enough food to enable an endotherm
to keep its metabolic rate stable all day, so some organisms go into a controlled state of hypothermia called hibernation , or torpor . This deli...
... their bodies by behavioral adaptations; the stratum corneum they possess limits heat loss by evaporative cooling.
Main article: endotherm
Birds avoid overheating by panting since, unlike the mammals, their thin skin has no sweat glands. Down feathers trap warm air acting as excellent ...
Endotherm in Biological Dictionary
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" Categories: Disambiguation pages ... so-called warm-blooded animals; that is, those that maintain a constant body temperature independent of the environment...