Debye temperature in the high-temperature limit and anharmonic component of the heat capacity of vanadium
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Values are presented for the Debye temperature in the high-temperature limit and the anharmonic component of the specific heat of vanadium at constant volume, based on heat-capacity measurements over the range 77–300 ‡K.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Heat Capacity Vanadium Constant Volume Debye Temperature
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