Latent heat of fusion is calculated as
L = 1000 Lmol / A (1)
L = latent heat of fusion (kJ/kg)
Lmol = latent heat of fusion (kJ/mol)
A = atomic weight (g/mol)
Note that atomic mass and atomic weight are two different things. Atomic mass is the mass of an individual element. Atomic weight is the average mass of all the isotopes of an element. Force is not involved.
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Specific heat of beryllium related to temperature.
Specific heat, density and thermal conductivity of iron related to temperature.
Pb - Lead (Plumbum) - binary eutectic alloys and melting points.
Mg - Magnesium - binary eutectic alloys and melting points.
Metals and their boiling temperatures.
Specific heat of commonly used metals like aluminum, iron, mercury and many more - imperial and SI units.
Thermal expansion coefficients metals.
The melting temperatures for some common metals and alloys.
Thermal conductivities of common metals, metallic elements aand alloys.
Specific gravity for common solids and metals like aluminum, asbestos, brass, calcium and many others.
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