Specific heat of rhenium at high temperatures
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The results of measurements of the specific heat of a wire sample of rhenium in the temperature interval 1600–2400°K and also data on the electrical resistivity and the integrated degree of blackness are reported.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Electrical Resistivity Rhenium Wire Sample
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