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Melting and boiling point temperatures, latent heat of evaporation, and melting heat of common substances like copper, gold, lead and more - SI units.
Melting and boiling temperatures, latent heat of evaporation, and melting heat from solid to fluid state of common substances:
T( oC) = 5/9[T( oF) - 32]
1 kJ/kg = 0.4299 Btu/ lb m = 0.23884 kcal/kg
Boiling points of elements, products and chemical species at varying conditions.
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Melting and freezing points of elements and chemical species at varying conditions.
Molweight, melting and boiling point, density, pKa-values, as well as number of carbon and hydrogen atoms in molecules are given for 150 different alcohols and acids.
Al - Aluminum - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
Melting points, heat of fusions, boiling points and heat to evaporate common substances - like hydrogen, water, gold and more ..
Some Au - Gold - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
Molweight, melting and boiling point, density, flash point and autoignition temperature, as well as number of carbon and hydrogen atoms in each molecule for 200 different hydrocarbons.
Boiling temperatures (°C and °F) with varying carbon numbers up to C33.
Physical constants for more than 280 common inorganic compounds. Density is given for the actual state at 25°C and for liquid phase at melting point temperature.
Latent heat is the heat when supplied to or removed from air results in a change in moisture content - the temperature of the air is not changed.
Latent heat of fusion when changing between solid or liquid state for common materials like aluminum, ammonia, glycerin, water and more.
Latent heat of vaporization for fluids like alcohol, ether, nitrogen, water and more.
Melting temperature (°C and °F) with carbon number up to C33.
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