For kinetic studies accurate control of the temperature of the reaction flask is required. The reaction flask was placed in a furnace which was constructed in a large metal container A. Forty-four turns of #22 nichrome wire were wound about a 12"x4½" refractory cement core. To insure uniform distribution of heat, the flask was immersed in a bath of molten tin.
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Anderson, R. B.; Rowley, H. H.; and Makens, R. F.
"An Apparatus for the Study of the Kinetics of Thermal Decompositions,"
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