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Thermal Conductivity of the Elements

By He, C. Y.

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Title: Thermal Conductivity of the Elements  
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Excerpt: THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF THE ELEMENTS 281. The purpose of this work is to present and discuss the available data and information on the thermal conductivity of each element of the periodic table to critically evaluate, analyze, and synthesize the data, and to make recommendations for the most probable values of its thermal conductivity over a wide temperature range. The work is published in two companion versions: a comprehensive volume [I], which is to be published as u supplement to the Journal of Pascal and Chemical Reference Data, and this abridged version. In addition of the recommended and estimated thermal conductivity dues for the elements, the comprehensive volume represents the original data, specimen characterization, and measurement information for the 5200 sets of raw lara which were extracted from the primary literature. It contains also a detailed discussion for every element. Reviewing the individual pieces of available data and information together with the considerations involved?

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Contents 2. General Procedure* for the Evaluation, Correlation, and Estimation of Thermai COT!- ductivity ................................................. 2.1 Theoretical background ..................... 2.2 Data Evaluation ............................... 2.3 Summary Graph5 ............................. 3. Specific Considerations Concerning the Bod: of Data ................................................... 4. Acknowiedgments .................................... 5. References .............................................. List of Tables and Figures Table i. Constants for Low-Temperature Thermai Conductivity Calculations Using F.qt~ations( 7) and (8) . . . . 284 Table 2. Conversion Factors for Units of Thermal Conductivity ........................... 303 Figure i. Reduced Thermal Conductivity as a Furtction of Reduced Temperature for Twenty-two Metals at Cryogenic Temperatures ................................ 283 Figurt 2. Thermal Conducrivlrp of Eiemen~r of Group 0 .................................... 288 Figure 3. Therma! Conductivity of Elements of Groups I A and I B... ................. 289 Figure 4. Therma! Conductivity of Elements of Groups I1 A and I1 B... ............... 290 Figure 5. Thermal Conductivity of Element: of Groups 111 A and 111 B ................ 291 Co~vrieill Q; 14i2 n\ Ihr I 5. Srcrciaie or (.on~rnercr on benllf ol Ihr i,ii!:rd Si.:ic! l h l cop)ln~i;; nil1 hr asircncd io rhr Ameiicnn insliluir nl Pbyx;r\ and i!lr i\~;>ci:cAn CilrI1llc:ii boc&el). io \worn :,I! i?qucsis ic~sroznp rcpiooiic!iol: rl;ou~d 1%' ~Goirvi''. Figure 6. Thermal Conductivity of Element: of Groups IV A and IV B... ........... Figure 7. Thermal Conductivity of Elements of Group? V A and V B... ............... Figure 8. Thermal Conductivity of Elements of Groups V1 A and VI B... ............. Figure 9. Thermal Conductivity of Elements of Groups VII A and j711 I3 .............. Figure 10. Thermal Conductivity of Elements of Group VIII .............................. Figure lia. 'Thermal Conductivity of Eiements of the Rare Earth Group ................. Figure l l b . T'herrnal Conductivity of Elements of the Rare Earth Group ................. F j g u e~ 1.7. T~ICi1lIa 1 C o ~ l d u c ~ i vuil ~E~l e r r i e i l ~ b of the Actinide Group .................... Figure 13. Thermal Conductivity of Graphites . . Figure 14. Thermal Conductivitv of the Elements at 300K ............................. Thermal Conductivity of the Elements Aluminum.. ................................................. Antimonl- ................................................... Argon.. ....................................................... Arsenic ...................................................... Barium. ..................................................... Beryllium.. ................................................. Bismuth.. .................................................... Boron.. ....................................................... Bromine.. .................................................... Cadmium.. .................................................. Calcium.. .................................................... Carhon.. ..................................................... Carbon (.4mor$hous) .................................. 279 J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, Vol. 1 , Nc. 2, 197'1

 

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