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3°C. The standard deviation over a temperature range of the specific heat of the A}z03 reference samples was less than 1%. In the temperature ranges where the specific heat of the polymer samples varied linearly with temperature, the standard deviation of data from a straight line was typically less than 1%. Inasmuch as specific heat differences which we wished to study were 5% or higher, our modified DSC-l calorimeter gave sufficiently accurate results for the purposes of this study. RESULTS Atactic Polystyrene The experimental data for the atactic polystyrene are illustrated in Figs.