The imidazole catalysed hydrolysis of triacetin: An inter- and intra-laboratory development of a test reaction for isothermal heat conduction microcalorimeters used for determination of both thermodynamic and kinetic parameters

Anthony E. Beezer, Andrew K. Hills, Michael A.A. O'Neill, Andrew C. Morris, Katharine T.E. Kierstan, Rebecca M. Deal, Laura J. Waters, Jonathan Hadgraft, John C. Mitchell, Joseph A. Connor, John E. Orchard, Richard J. Willson, Thomas C. Hofelich, Jennifer Beaudin, Gert Wolf, Felix Baitalow, Simon Gaisford, Roy A. Lane, Graham Buckton, Mark A. PhippsRichard A. Winneke, Eric A. Schmitt, Lee D. Hansen, David O'Sullivan, Madhu K. Parmar

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