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Most any gas burner would suffice. MAPP gas is used for localized applications such as brazing. You need more spread-out heating. Make sure you calibrate your instruments. The easiest way to do this for thermocouples is with multiple liquids (or solids) that have known boiling (or melting) temperatures at one atmosphere. You need at least 3 known points. Don't just assume some thing that reads temperature or pressure is accurate, regardless of how much it costs. Don't calibrate one instrument off another unless the reference one has a recent NIST-traceable pedigree. I have proven in the laboratory that accuracy is not proportional to cost. I always run calibrations before and after each experiment.

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