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Volume 41, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

Crystallographic and bulk properties of platinum from absolute zero to the melting point are assessed from a review of the literature covering the period 1901 to date. Selected values of thermal expansion are used to calculate the variation with temperature of length changes, lattice parameters, inter-atomic distances, atomic and molar volumes, and density. The crystallographic properties are based mainly on the precise dilatometric thermal expansion data, including corrections to account for thermal vacancy effects at the highest temperatures. Literature values are compared graphically with the selected values, and an Appendix is included to explain some of the terms used.

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