Specific heats and enthalpies of technical solids at low temperatures
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Specific heats and enthalpies of technical solids at low temperatures a compilation from the literature by National Bureau of Standards.

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Published by N.B.S. in Washington .
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Statementby R.J. Corruccini and J.J. Gniewek.
SeriesNBS Monograph -- 21
ContributionsCorruccini, Robert J., Gniewek, J J.
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Open LibraryOL20111182M

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  The specific heat and thermal conductivity of mm- and mmdiameter spheres of Pb are reported (2–30 K). The former spheres are % Pb, the latter spheres are Pb + 5% Sb. Both types of spheres undergo a superconducting transition at 7 K, and the changes in the specific heats at the transition correlate well with the electronic coefficient determined for bulk by: 2. TECHNICAL RC DATA SHEET Features and uses of RC RC is a ternary mixture non-azeotropic composed of R, R and Ra. It is chemically stable, has good thermodynamic properties, low environmental impact and very low toxicity. Although one of its components, R, is flammable, the overall mixture composition is formulated so that. TableLinearthermalcontractionandcoefficientsoflinearthermalexpansion Elements Aluminuin Antimonyt Berylliumt Bismuth Cadmiumb T 10«dLjg.,£iT dijg,£ File Size: 2MB. Appendix: Estimation and Correlation of Specific Heat 72 Specific Heat at Low Temperatures 76 Specific Heat at Moderate Temperatures 77 Specific Heat at High Temperatures 80 References 82 Chapter 2. Calorimetry Below 1 К 91 Introduction 91 Problems Encountered in the Temperature Range К 92