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MDSC Heat Flux melting and agglomeration of microcapsules of PCM

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Hi there!

I'm here again because of my MDSC test with PCM. My heat flux curve is always in all samples negative. It is always under the cooling curve. I looked for a justification but I didn't find. Can somebody tell me why and if it's possible an article or something?

Another doubt I have, my teacher talked about agglomeration of microcapsules of PCM for an low enthalpy. but I didn't understand what is the effect of this, the justification. Can somebody help me?

Thank you in advance!
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