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The CRC Materials Science and Engineering Handbook, Third Edition is the most comprehensive source available for data on engineering materials. Organized in an easy-to-follow format based on materials properties, this definitive reference features data verified through major professional societies in the materials field, such as ASM International and the American Ceramic Society. The third edition has been significantly expanded, most notably by the addition of new tabular material for a wide range of nonferrous alloys and various composite materials.

For engineers making, selecting, or evaluating materials, this one, compact volume provides the ideal starting point. It is exceptionally easy to search-the authors have organized it according to materials properties, provided a key word indexing system, and placed many data sets in a convenient Selection Section where materials can be compared by property value, a feature ideal for design applications.

A bestseller since its first edition, the CRC Materials Science and Engineering Handbook stands alone as a the consummate reference for data on the full spectrum of engineering materials.

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This new edition (2nd ed., CH, Jan'95) offers some additional material and reorganization: the tab-like markings to help find sections have been removed; there is a dedication page in the new edition. The new edition has better graphics than the second, and "boxes" have been put around the data; the second edition presented data in "free form." However, in the second all the information was presented in a vertical format; the third has placed about half of the data in a horizontal format that requires the reader to rotate this heavy tome in order to read it. The third retains the awkward keyword list that substitutes for an index. The user would profit from a standard proper index. This handbook continues to have one of the least dense presentations of data of any reference book. One could easily present the information contained here in a book one-fifth the size of the present tome. Upper-division undergraduates through professionals. A. M. Strauss Vanderbilt University

### Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Structure of Materials | p. 1 |

Electronic Structure of Selected Elements | p. 3 |

Available Stable Isotopes of the Elements | p. 5 |

Periodic Table of the Elements | p. 16 |

Periodic Table of Elements in Metallic Materials | p. 17 |

Periodic Table of Elements in Ceramic Materials | p. 18 |

Periodic Table of Elements in Polymeric Materials | p. 19 |

Periodic Table of Elements in Semiconducting Materials | p. 20 |

Periodic Table of Elements in Superconducting Metals | p. 21 |

Atomic and Ionic Radii of the Elements | p. 22 |

Bond Length Values Between Elements | p. 27 |

Periodic Table of Carbon Bond Lengths (A) | p. 31 |

Carbon Bond Lengths | p. 32 |

Carbon Bond Lengths in Polymers | p. 34 |

Bond Angle Values Between Elements | p. 37 |

Key to Tables of Crystal Structure of the Elements | p. 38 |

The Seven Crystal Systems | p. 39 |

The Fourteen Bravais Lattices | p. 40 |

Periodic Table of the Body Centered Cubic Elements | p. 41 |

Periodic Table of the Face Centered Cubic Elements | p. 42 |

Periodic Table of the Hexagonal Close Packed Elements | p. 43 |

Periodic Table of the Hexagonal Elements | p. 44 |

Structure of Ceramics | p. 45 |

Atomic Mass of Selected Elements | p. 51 |

Solid Density of Selected Elements | p. 55 |

Density of Iron and Iron Alloys | p. 58 |

Density of Wrought Stainless Steels | p. 60 |

Density of Stainless Steels and Heat-Resistant Alloys | p. 62 |

Density of Aluminum Alloys | p. 65 |

Density of Cooper and Copper Alloys | p. 67 |

Density of Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys | p. 70 |

Density of Nickel and Nickel Alloys | p. 71 |

Density of Lead and Lead Alloys | p. 72 |

Density of Tin and Tin Alloys | p. 73 |

Density of Wrought Titanium Alloys | p. 74 |

Density of Titanium and Titanium alloys | p. 75 |

Density of Zinc and Zinc Alloys | p. 76 |

Density of Permanent Magnet Materials | p. 77 |

Density of Precious Metals | p. 78 |

Density of Superalloys | p. 79 |

Density of Selected Ceramics | p. 80 |

Density of Glasses | p. 83 |

Specific Gravity of Polymers | p. 93 |

Density of 55MSI Graphite/6061 Aluminum Composites | p. 100 |

Density of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metals | p. 101 |

Density of Si[subscript 3]N[subscript 4] Composites | p. 101 |

Chapter 2 Composition of Materials | p. 103 |

Composition Limits of Tool Steels | p. 105 |

Composition Limits of Gray Cast Irons | p. 108 |

Composition Limits of Ductile Irons | p. 109 |

Composition Ranges for Malleable Irons | p. 110 |

Composition Ranges for Carbon Steels | p. 111 |

Composition Ranges for Resulfurized Carbon Steels | p. 112 |

Composition Ranges for Alloy Steels | p. 113 |

Composition of Stainless Steels | p. 116 |

Composition of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloys | p. 124 |

Classification of Copper and Copper Alloys | p. 135 |

Composition Ranges for Cast Aluminum Alloys | p. 136 |

Composition Ranges for Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 139 |

Composition of Tin and Tin Alloys | p. 142 |

Compositions of ACI Heat-Resistant Casting Alloys | p. 143 |

Composition of Zinc Die Casting Alloys | p. 145 |

Compositions of Wrought Superalloys | p. 146 |

Typical Composition of Glass-Ceramics | p. 148 |

Chapter 3 Phase Diagram Sources | p. 149 |

Phase Diagram Sources | p. 150 |

Chapter 4 Thermodynamic and Kinetic Data | p. 151 |

Bond Strengths in Diatomic Molecules | p. 153 |

Bond Strengths of Polyatomic Molecules | p. 171 |

Solubility of Copper and Copper Alloys | p. 178 |

Heat of Formation of Inorganic Oxides | p. 179 |

Phase Change Thermodynamic Properties for The Elements | p. 195 |

Phase Change Thermodynamic Properties of Oxides | p. 202 |

Melting Points of the Elements | p. 212 |

Melting Points of Elements and Inorganic Compounds | p. 216 |

Melting Points Of Ceramics | p. 229 |

Heat of Fusion For Elements and Inorganic Compounds | p. 240 |

Heats of Sublimation of Metals and Their Oxides | p. 256 |

Key to Tables of Thermodynamic Coefficients | p. 257 |

Thermodynamic Coefficients for Selected Elements | p. 261 |

Thermodynamic Coefficients for Oxides | p. 275 |

Entropy of the Elements | p. 298 |

Vapor Pressure of the Elements at Very Low Pressures | p. 301 |

Vapor Pressure of the Elements at Moderate Pressures | p. 303 |

Vapor Pressure of the Elements at High Pressures | p. 306 |

Vapor Pressure of Elements and Inorganic Compounds | p. 309 |

Values of The Error Function | p. 314 |

Diffusion in Metallic Systems | p. 316 |

Diffusion of Metals into Metals | p. 351 |

Diffusion in Semiconductors | p. 362 |

Chapter 5 Thermal Properties of Materials | p. 371 |

Specific Heat of the Elements at 25 [degree]C | p. 373 |

Heat Capacity of Ceramics | p. 377 |

Specific Heat of Polymers | p. 379 |

Specific Heat of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics | p. 383 |

Thermal Conductivity of Metals | p. 384 |

Thermal Conductivity of Metals (Part 2) | p. 386 |

Thermal Conductivity of Metals (Part 3) | p. 388 |

Thermal Conductivity of Metals (Part 4) | p. 390 |

Thermal Conductivity of Alloy Cast Irons | p. 392 |

Thermal Conductivity of Iron and Iron Alloys | p. 393 |

Thermal Conductivity of Aluminum and aluminum alloys | p. 394 |

Thermal Conductivity of Copper and Copper Alloys | p. 396 |

Thermal Conductivity of Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys | p. 399 |

Thermal Conductivity of Nickel and Nickel Alloys | p. 400 |

Thermal Conductivity of Lead and Lead Alloys | p. 401 |

Thermal Conductivity of Tin, Titanium, Zinc and their Alloys | p. 402 |

Thermal Conductivity of Pure Metals | p. 403 |

Thermal Conductivity of Ceramics | p. 404 |

Thermal Conductivity of Glasses | p. 416 |

Thermal Conductivity of Cryogenic Insulation | p. 421 |

Thermal Conductivity of Cryogenic Supports | p. 422 |

Thermal Conductivity of Special Concretes | p. 423 |

Thermal Conductivity of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Ceramics | p. 424 |

Thermal Conductivity of Polymers | p. 425 |

Thermal Conductivity of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics | p. 435 |

Thermal Expansion of Wrought Stainless Steels | p. 436 |

Thermal Expansion of Wrought Titanium Alloys | p. 438 |

Thermal Expansion of Graphite Magnesium Castings | p. 440 |

Linear Thermal Expansion of Metals and Alloys | p. 441 |

Thermal Expansion of Ceramics | p. 449 |

Thermal Expansion of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Ceramics | p. 483 |

Thermal Expansion of Glasses | p. 484 |

Thermal Expansion of Polymers | p. 505 |

Thermal Expansion Coefficients of Materials for Integrated Circuits | p. 518 |

Thermal Expansion of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Al | p. 519 |

ASTM B 601 Temper Designation Codes for Copper and Copper Alloys | p. 520 |

Temper Designation System for Aluminum Alloys | p. 522 |

Tool Steel Softening After 100 Hours | p. 523 |

Thermoplastic Polyester Softening with Temperature | p. 524 |

Heat-Deflection Temperature of Carbon- and Glass-Reinforced Engineering Thermoplastics | p. 525 |

Chapter 6 Mechanical Properties of Materials | p. 527 |

Tensile Strength of Tool Steels | p. 535 |

Tensile Strength of Gray Cast Irons | p. 537 |

Tensile Strength of Gray Cast Iron Bars | p. 537 |

Tensile Strength of Ductile Irons | p. 538 |

Tensile Strength of Malleable Iron Castings | p. 539 |

Tensile Strength of Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 540 |

Tensile Strength of Ferritic Stainless Steels | p. 545 |

Tensile Strength of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 547 |

Tensile Strength of High-Nitrogen Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 548 |

Tensile Strength of Martensitic Stainless Steels | p. 549 |

Tensile Strength of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloys | p. 552 |

Tensile Strength of Aluminum Casting Alloys | p. 563 |

Tensile Strength of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 566 |

Tensile Strength of Cobalt-Base Superalloys | p. 573 |

Tensile Strength of Nickel-Base Superalloys | p. 574 |

Tensile Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperature | p. 579 |

Tensile Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at High Temperature | p. 582 |

Tensile Strength of Refractory Metal Alloys | p. 586 |

Tensile Strength of Ceramics | p. 589 |

Tensile Strength of Glass | p. 593 |

Tensile Strength of Polymers | p. 596 |

Tensile Strength of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics | p. 608 |

Tensile Strength of Carbon- and Glass-Reinforced Engineering Thermoplastics | p. 609 |

Strength of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metals | p. 611 |

Tensile Strength of Graphite/Magnesium Castings | p. 612 |

Tensile Strength of Graphite/Aluminum Composites | p. 613 |

Tensile Strength of Graphite/Aluminum Composites | p. 613 |

Tensile Strength of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Al | p. 614 |

Ultimate Tensile Strength of Investment Cast Silicon Carbide SCS-Al | p. 614 |

Ultimate Tensile Strength of Silicon Carbide-Aluminum Alloy Composites | p. 615 |

Tensile Strength of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Aluminum Alloy | p. 615 |

Ultimate Tensile Strength of Aluminum Alloy Reinforced with SiC Whiskers vs. Temperature | p. 616 |

Ultimate Tensile Strength of Reinforced Aluminum Alloy vs. Temperature | p. 617 |

Tensile Strength of Polycrystalline-Alumina-Reinforced Aluminum Alloy | p. 618 |

Tensile Strength of Boron/Aluminum Composites | p. 618 |

Compressive Strength of Gray Cast Iron Bars | p. 619 |

Compressive Strength of Ceramics | p. 620 |

Compressive Strength of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic | p. 623 |

Ultimate Compressive Strength of Investment Cast Silicon Carbide SCS-Al | p. 624 |

Yield Strength of Tool Steels | p. 625 |

Yield Strength of Ductile Irons | p. 626 |

Yield Strength of Malleable Iron Castings | p. 627 |

Yield Strength of Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 628 |

Yield Strength of Ferritic Stainless Steels | p. 633 |

Yield Strength of Martensitic Stainless Steels | p. 635 |

Yield Strength of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 638 |

Yield Strength of High-Nitrogen Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 639 |

Yield Strength of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloys | p. 640 |

Yield Strength of Cast Aluminum Alloys | p. 651 |

Yield Strength of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 654 |

Yield Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperature | p. 661 |

Yield Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at High Temperature | p. 664 |

Yield Strength of Cobalt-Base Superalloys | p. 668 |

Yield Strength of Nickel-Base Superalloys | p. 669 |

Yield Strength of Commercially Pure Tin | p. 673 |

Yield Strength of Polymers | p. 674 |

Yield Strength of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Aluminum Alloy | p. 676 |

Yield Strength of Reinforced Aluminum Alloy vs. Temperature | p. 677 |

Yield Strength of Polycrystalline-Alumina-Reinforced Aluminum Alloy | p. 678 |

Compressive Yield Strength of Polymers | p. 679 |

Flexural Strength of Polymers | p. 681 |

Flextural Strength of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics | p. 687 |

Shear Strength of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 688 |

Torsion Shear Strength of Gray Cast Fe | p. 694 |

Hardness of Gray Cast Irons | p. 695 |

Hardness of Gray Cast Iron Bars | p. 695 |

Hardness of Malleable Iron Castings | p. 696 |

Hardness of Ductile Irons | p. 697 |

Hardness of Tool Steels | p. 698 |

Hardness of Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 700 |

Hardness of Ferritic Stainless Steels | p. 701 |

Hardness of Martensitic Stainless Steels | p. 702 |

Hardness of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 703 |

Machinability Rating of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloys | p. 704 |

Hardness of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 713 |

Hardness of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperature | p. 718 |

Hardness of Ceramics | p. 720 |

Microhardness of Glass | p. 726 |

Hardness of Polymers | p. 728 |

Hardness of Si[subscript 3]N[subscript 4] and Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] Composites | p. 735 |

Coefficient of Static Friction for Polymers | p. 736 |

Abrasion Resistance of Polymers | p. 737 |

Fatigue Strength of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 739 |

Reversed Bending Fatigue Limit of Gray Cast Iron Bars | p. 743 |

Impact Energy of Tool Steels | p. 744 |

Impact Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperature | p. 746 |

Impact Strength of Polymers | p. 747 |

Impact Strength of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics | p. 754 |

Impact Strength of Carbon- and Glass-Reinforced Engineering Thermoplastics | p. 755 |

Fracture Toughness of Si[subscript 3]N[subscript 4] and Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] Composites | p. 757 |

Tensile Modulus of Gray Cast Irons | p. 758 |

Tension Modulus of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 758 |

Tensile Modulus of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics | p. 759 |

Tensile Modulus of Graphite/Aluminum Composites | p. 760 |

Tensile Modulus of Investment Cast Silicon Carbide SCS-Al | p. 760 |

Tensile Modulus of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Al | p. 761 |

Young's Modulus of Ceramics | p. 762 |

Young's Modulus of Glass | p. 769 |

Elastic Modulus of Wrought Stainless Steels | p. 771 |

Modulus of Elasticity of Wrought Titanium Alloys | p. 773 |

Modulus of Elasticity in Tension for Polymers | p. 774 |

Modulus of Elasticity of 55MSI Graphite/6061 Aluminum Composites | p. 780 |

Modulus of Elasticity of Graphite/Magnesium Castings | p. 781 |

Modulus of Elasticity of Graphite/Aluminum Composites | p. 782 |

Modulus of Elasticity of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metals | p. 782 |

Modulus of Elasticity of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Aluminum Alloy | p. 783 |

Modulus of Elasticity of Polycrystalline-Alumina-Reinforced Aluminum Alloy | p. 784 |

Modulus of Elasticity of Boron/Aluminum Composites | p. 784 |

Compression Modulus of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 785 |

Modulus of Elasticity in Compression for Polymers | p. 785 |

Bulk Modulus of Glass | p. 786 |

Shear Modulus of Glass | p. 787 |

Torsional Modulus of Gray Cast Irons | p. 789 |

Torsion Modulus of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 789 |

Modulus of Elasticity in Flexure for Polymers | p. 790 |

Flexural Modulus of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics | p. 803 |

Flexural Modulus of Carbon- and Glass-Reinforced Engineering Thermoplastics | p. 804 |

Modulus of Rupture for Ceramics | p. 806 |

Rupture Strength of Refractory Metal Alloys | p. 816 |

Rupture Strength of Superalloys | p. 818 |

Modulus of Rupture for Si[subscript 3]N[subscript 4] and Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] Composites | p. 821 |

Poisson's Ratio of Wrought Titanium Alloys | p. 822 |

Poisson's Ratio for Ceramics | p. 823 |

Poisson's Ratio of Glass | p. 825 |

Poisson's Ratio of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Al | p. 826 |

Compression Poisson's Ratio of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 827 |

Torsion Poisson's Ratio of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 827 |

Elongation of Tool Steels | p. 828 |

Elongation of Ductile Irons | p. 829 |

Elongation of Malleable Iron Castings | p. 830 |

Elongation of Ferritic Stainless Steels | p. 831 |

Elongation of Martensitic Stainless Steels | p. 833 |

Elongation of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 836 |

Elongation of High-Nitrogen Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 837 |

Total Elongation of Cast Aluminum Alloys | p. 838 |

Elongation of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloys | p. 841 |

Elongation of Commercially Pure Tin | p. 852 |

Elongation of Cobalt-Base Superalloys | p. 853 |

Elongation of Nickel-Base Superalloys | p. 854 |

Ductility of Refractory Metal Alloys | p. 859 |

Elongation of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperature | p. 862 |

Elongation of Wrought Titanium Alloys at High Temperature | p. 865 |

Total Elongation of Polymers | p. 869 |

Elongation at Yield for Polymers | p. 879 |

Ultimate Tensile Elongation of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics | p. 882 |

Total Strain of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Al | p. 883 |

Area Reduction of Tool Steels | p. 884 |

Reduction in Area of Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 886 |

Reduction in Area of Ferritic Stainless Steels | p. 890 |

Reduction in Area of High-Nitrogen Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 891 |

Reduction in Area of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steels | p. 892 |

Reduction in Area of Martensitic Stainless Steels | p. 893 |

Reduction in Area of Commercially Pure Tin | p. 895 |

Area Reduction of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperature | p. 896 |

Area Reduction of Wrought Titanium Alloys at High Temperature | p. 898 |

Strength Density Ratio of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metals | p. 901 |

Modulus Density Ratio of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metals | p. 901 |

Viscosity of Glasses | p. 902 |

Internal Friction of SiO[subscript 2] Glass | p. 917 |

Surface Tension of Elements at Melting | p. 918 |

Surface Tension of Liquid Elements | p. 924 |

Chapter 7 Electrical Properties of Materials | p. 939 |

Electrical Conductivity of Metals | p. 941 |

Electrical Resistivity of Metals | p. 948 |

Electrical Resistivity of Alloy Cast Irons | p. 955 |

Resistivity of Ceramics | p. 956 |

Volume Resistivity of Glass | p. 962 |

Volume Resistivity of Polymers | p. 975 |

Critical Temperature of Superconductive Elements | p. 983 |

Dissipation Factor for Polymers | p. 985 |

Dielectric Strength of Polymers | p. 993 |

Step Dielectric Strength of Polymers | p. 1005 |

Dielectric Constant of Polymers | p. 1008 |

Dielectric Breakdown of Polymers | p. 1022 |

Dielectric Breakdown of Polymers | p. 1023 |

Tangent Loss in Glass | p. 1024 |

Electrical Permittivity of Glass | p. 1029 |

Arc Resistance of Polymers | p. 1035 |

Chapter 8 Optical Properties of Materials | p. 1043 |

Transmission Range of Optical Materials | p. 1044 |

Transparency of Polymers | p. 1046 |

Refractive Index of Polymers | p. 1053 |

Dispersion of Optical Materials | p. 1058 |

Chapter 9 Chemical Properties of Materials | p. 1071 |

Water Absorption of Polymers | p. 1073 |

Standard Electromotive Force Potentials | p. 1085 |

Galvanic Series of Metals | p. 1103 |

Galvanic Series of Metals in Sea Water | p. 1104 |

Corrosion Rate of Metals in Acidic Solutions | p. 1106 |

Corrosion Rate of Metals in Neutral and Alkaline Solutions | p. 1107 |

Corrosion Rate of Metals in Air | p. 1108 |

Corrosion Rates of 1020 Steel at 70[degree]F | p. 1109 |

Corrosion Rates of Grey Cast Iron at 70[degree]F | p. 1117 |

Corrosion Rates of Ni-Resist Cast Iron at 70[degree]F | p. 1126 |

Corrosion Rates of 12% Cr Steel at 70[degree] | p. 1134 |

Corrosion Rates of 17% Cr Steel at 70[degree]F | p. 1143 |

Corrosion Rates of 14% Si Iron at 70[degree]F | p. 1152 |

Corrosion Rates of Stainless Steel 301 at 70[degree]F | p. 1161 |

Corrosion Rates of Stainless Steel 316 at 70[degree]F | p. 1170 |

Corrosion Rates of Aluminum at 70[degree]F | p. 1179 |

Corrosion Resistance of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloys | p. 1188 |

Corrosion Rates of 70-30 Brass at 70[degree]F | p. 1198 |

Corrosion Rates of Copper, Sn-Braze, Al-Braze at 70[degree]F | p. 1207 |

Corrosion Rates of Silicon Bronze at 70[degree]F | p. 1216 |

Corrosion Rates of Hastelloy at 70[degree]F | p. 1225 |

Corrosion Rates of Inconel at 70[degree]F | p. 1234 |

Corrosion Rates of Nickel at 70[degree]F | p. 1242 |

Corrosion Rates of Monel at 70[degree]F | p. 1251 |

Corrosion Rates of Lead at 70[degree]F | p. 1260 |

Corrosion Rates of Titanium at 70[degree]F | p. 1268 |

Corrosion Rates of ACI Heat-Resistant Castings Alloys in Air | p. 1273 |

Corrosion Rates for ACI Heat-Resistant Castings Alloys in Flue Gas | p. 1274 |

Flammability of Polymers | p. 1275 |

Flammability of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics | p. 1286 |

Chapter 10 Selecting Structural Properties | p. 1287 |

Selecting Atomic Radii of the Elements | p. 1288 |

Selecting Ionic Radii of the Elements | p. 1291 |

Selecting Bond Lengths Between Elements | p. 1296 |

Selecting Bond Angles Between Elements | p. 1298 |

Selecting Density of the Elements | p. 1299 |

Chapter 11 Selecting Thermodynamic and Kinetic Properties | p. 1303 |

Selecting Bond Strengths in Diatomic Molecules | p. 1304 |

Selecting Bond Strengths of Polyatomic Molecules | p. 1322 |

Selecting Heat of Formation of Inorganic Oxides | p. 1328 |

Selecting Specific Heat of Elements | p. 1337 |

Selecting Specific Heat of Polymers | p. 1341 |

Selecting Melting Points of The Elements | p. 1344 |

Selecting Melting Points of Elements and Inorganic Compounds | p. 1348 |

Selecting Melting Points of Ceramics | p. 1360 |

Selecting Heat of Fusion For Elements and Inorganic Compounds | p. 1371 |

Selecting Entropy of the Elements | p. 1386 |

Selecting Diffusion Activation Energy in Metallic Systems | p. 1389 |

Chapter 12 Selecting Thermal Properties | p. 1423 |

Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Metals | p. 1424 |

Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Metals at Temperature | p. 1453 |

Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Alloy Cast Irons | p. 1483 |

Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Ceramics | p. 1484 |

Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Ceramics at Temperature | p. 1496 |

Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Polymers | p. 1515 |

Selecting Thermal Expansion of Tool Steels | p. 1519 |

Selecting Thermal Expansion of Tool Steels at Temperature | p. 1521 |

Selecting Thermal Expansion of Alloy Cast Irons | p. 1523 |

Selecting Thermal Expansion of Ceramics | p. 1524 |

Selecting Thermal Expansion of Glasses | p. 1540 |

Selecting Thermal Expansion of Polymers | p. 1551 |

Selecting Thermal Expansion Coefficients for Materials used in Integrated Circuits | p. 1556 |

Selecting Thermal Expansion Coefficients for Materials used in Integrated Circuits at Temperature | p. 1562 |

Chapter 13 Selecting Mechanical Properties | p. 1567 |

Selecting Tensile Strength of Tool Steels | p. 1570 |

Selecting Tensile Strength of Gray Cast Irons | p. 1571 |

Selecting Tensile Strength of Ductile Irons | p. 1572 |

Selecting Tensile Strengths of Malleable Iron Castings | p. 1573 |

Selecting Tensile Strengths of Aluminum Casting Alloys | p. 1574 |

Selecting Tensile Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 1577 |

Selecting Tensile Strengths of Ceramics | p. 1584 |

Selecting Tensile Strengths of Glass | p. 1588 |

Selecting Tensile Strengths of Polymers | p. 1590 |

Selecting Compressive Strengths of Gray Cast Iron Bars | p. 1595 |

Selecting Compressive Strengths of Ceramics | p. 1596 |

Selecting Compressive Strengths of Polymers | p. 1599 |

Selecting Yield Strengths of Tool Steels | p. 1602 |

Selecting Yield Strengths of Ductile Irons | p. 1603 |

Selecting Yield Strengths of Malleable Iron Castings | p. 1604 |

Selecting Yield Strengths of Cast Aluminum Alloys | p. 1605 |

Selecting Yield Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 1608 |

Selecting Yield Strengths of Polymers | p. 1615 |

Selecting Compressive Yield Strengths of Polymers | p. 1617 |

Selecting Flexural Strengths of Polymers | p. 1619 |

Selecting Shear Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 1623 |

Selecting Torsional Shear Strengths of Gray Cast Iron Bars | p. 1629 |

Selecting Hardness of Tool Steels | p. 1630 |

Selecting Hardness of Gray Cast Irons | p. 1631 |

Selecting Hardness of Gray Cast Iron Bars | p. 1631 |

Selecting Hardness of Ductile Irons | p. 1632 |

Selecting Hardness of Malleable Iron Castings | p. 1633 |

Selecting Hardness of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 1634 |

Selecting Hardness of Ceramics | p. 1639 |

Selecting Microhardness of Glass | p. 1645 |

Selecting Hardness of Polymers | p. 1646 |

Selecting Coefficients of Static Friction for Polymers | p. 1651 |

Selecting Abrasion Resistance of Polymers | p. 1652 |

Selecting Fatigue Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloys | p. 1653 |

Selecting Reversed Bending Fatigue Limits of Gray Cast Iron Bars | p. 1657 |

Selecting Impact Energy of Tool Steels | p. 1658 |

Selecting Impact Strengths of Polymers | p. 1659 |

Selecting Tensile Moduli of Gray Cast Irons | p. 1664 |

Selecting Tensile Moduli of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 1664 |

Selecting Young's Moduli of Ceramics | p. 1665 |

Selecting Young's Moduli of Glass | p. 1671 |

Selecting Moduli of Elasticity in Tension for Polymers | p. 1673 |

Selecting Compression Moduli of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 1676 |

Selecting Modulus of Elasticity in Compression for Polymers | p. 1676 |

Selecting Bulk Moduli of Glass | p. 1677 |

Selecting Moduli of Elasticity in Flexure of Polymers | p. 1678 |

Selecting Shear Moduli of Glass | p. 1684 |

Selecting Torsional Moduli of Gray Cast Irons | p. 1686 |

Selecting Torsional Moduli of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 1686 |

Selecting Moduli of Rupture for Ceramics | p. 1687 |

Selecting Poisson's Ratios for Ceramics | p. 1692 |

Selecting Poisson's Ratios of Glass | p. 1694 |

Selecting Compression Poisson's Ratios of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 1696 |

Selecting Torsion Poisson's Ratios of Treated Ductile Irons | p. 1696 |

Selecting Elongation of Tool Steels | p. 1697 |

Selecting Elongation of Ductile Irons | p. 1698 |

Selecting Elongation of Malleable Iron Castings | p. 1699 |

Selecting Total Elongation of Cast Aluminum Alloys | p. 1700 |

Selecting Total Elongation of Polymers | p. 1703 |

Selecting Elongation at Yield of Polymers | p. 1707 |

Selecting Area Reduction of Tool Steels | p. 1708 |

Chapter 14 Selecting Electrical Properties | p. 1709 |

Selecting Electrical Resistivity of Alloy Cast Irons | p. 1711 |

Selecting Resistivity of Ceramics | p. 1712 |

Selecting Volume Resistivity of Glass | p. 1717 |

Selecting Volume Resistivity of Polymers | p. 1730 |

Selecting Critical Temperature of Superconductive Elements | p. 1736 |

Selecting Dissipation Factor for Polymers at 60 Hz | p. 1738 |

Selecting Dissipation Factor for Polymers at 1 MHz | p. 1743 |

Selecting Dielectric Strength of Polymers | p. 1747 |

Selecting Dielectric Constants of Polymers at 60 Hz | p. 1752 |

Selecting Dielectric Constants of Polymers at 1 MHz | p. 1757 |

Selecting Tangent Loss in Glass | p. 1761 |

Selecting Tangent Loss in Glass by Temperature | p. 1766 |

Selecting Tangent Loss in Glass by Frequency | p. 1771 |

Selecting Electrical Permittivity of Glass | p. 1776 |

Selecting Electrical Permittivity of Glass by Frequency | p. 1782 |

Selecting Arc Resistance of Polymers | p. 1788 |

Chapter 15 Selecting Optical Properties | p. 1791 |

Selecting Transmission Range of Optical Materials | p. 1792 |

Selecting Transparency of Polymers | p. 1794 |

Selecting Refractive Indices of Glasses | p. 1797 |

Selecting Refractive Indices of Polymers | p. 1803 |

Chapter 16 Selecting Chemical Properties | p. 1805 |

Selecting Water Absorption of Polymers | p. 1806 |

Selecting Iron Alloys in 10% Corrosive Medium | p. 1811 |

Selecting Iron Alloys in 100% Corrosive Medium | p. 1827 |

Selecting Nonferrous Metals for use in a 10% Corrosive Medium | p. 1844 |

Selecting Nonferrous Metals for use in a 100% Corrosive Medium | p. 1862 |

Selecting Corrosion Rates of Metals | p. 1880 |

Selecting Corrosion Rates of Metals in Corrosive Environments | p. 1885 |

Selecting Flammability of Polymers | p. 1890 |