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Reference Data for the Density and Viscosity of Liquid Cadmium, Cobalt, Gallium, Indium, Mercury, Silicon, Thallium, and Zinc
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Primary density data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (1) for liquid cadmium as a function of temperature. Stankus 6 (□), Karamurzov 7 (◊), Alchagirov 8 (- -), Crawley 9 (●), Schneider and Heymer 10 (▲), Fisher and Philips 11 (Δ).

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FIG. 2.

Primary density data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (1) for liquid cobalt as a function of temperature. Brillo 13 (■), Sato 14 (□), Stankus 6 (♦), Lucas 15 (○), Watanabe 16 (●), Levin 18 (◒), Shergin 17 (), Saito 19 (◊), Frohberg and Weber 21 (Δ), Vertman 20 (), Kirshenbaum and Cahill 22 (▲).

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FIG. 3.

Primary density data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (1) for liquid gallium as a function of temperature. Yagodin 23 (Δ), Stankus and Tyagel'sky 24 (—–), Alchagirov 25 (), Nal'giev and Ibragimov 26 (♦), Nizhenko 28 (- -), Köster 27 (◯).

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FIG. 4.

Primary density data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (1) for liquid indium as a function of temperature. Alchagirov 8 (Δ), Wang 32 (), Schneider and Heymer 10 (●), McClelland and Sze 33 (□), Stankus and Tyagel'sky 24 (◯), Karamurzov 7 (- -), Berthou and Tougas 53 (—–), Crawley 9 (◊).

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FIG. 5.

Primary density data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (1) for liquid silicon as a function of temperature. Watanabe 37 (▲), Zhou 38 (—–), Sato 40 (Δ), Mukai and Yuan 39 (- -), Oshaka 41 (◊), Rhim 42 (), Khilya and Ivashchenko 44 (-∙-), Shergin 17 (-∙∙-), Glazov 45 (●), Sasaki 43 (▲), Lucas 46 (◯).

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FIG. 6.

Primary density data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (1) for liquid thallium as a function of temperature. Stankus and Khairulin 50 (◊), Kanda and Dominique 51 (◯), Martinez and Walls 52 (♦), Berthou and Tougas 53 (—–), Crawley 54 (●), Schneider 10 (Δ).

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FIG. 7.

Primary density data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (1) for liquid zinc as a function of temperature. Stankus and Khairulin 50 (■), Karamurzov 7 (—–), Thresh 55 (◯), Lucas 46 (▲), Gebhardt 56 (Δ).

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FIG. 8.

Primary viscosity data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (2) for liquid cadmium as a function of temperature. Djemili 78 (◯), Iida 79 (□), Iida 80 (♦), Kanda and Falkiewicz 81 (▲), Crawley and Thresh 82 (◊), Menz and Sauerwald 83 (●).

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FIG. 9.

Primary viscosity data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (2) for liquid cobalt as a function of temperature. Sato 84 (◊), Lad'yanov 85 (■), Watanabe 16 (●), Kaplun and Avaliani 86 (♦), Cavalier 87 (Δ).

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FIG. 10.

Primary viscosity data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (2) for liquid gallium as a function of temperature. Tippelskirch 91 (Δ), Genrikh 92 (□), Menz and Sauerwald 83 (●).

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FIG. 11.

Primary viscosity data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (2) for liquid indium as a function of temperature. Walsdorfer 93 (◯), Djemili 78 (●), Iida 80 (◊), Ganovici and Ganovici 94 (□), Crawley and Thresh 82 (Δ).

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FIG. 12.

Primary viscosity data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (2) for liquid mercury as a function of temperature. Grouvel 98 (▲), Iida 99 (◯), Menz and Sauerwald 83 (●), Thresh 100 (■), Suhrmann and Winter 101 (◊), Chalilov 102 (Δ).

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FIG. 13.

Primary viscosity data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (2) for liquid silicon as a function of temperature. Zhou 38 (●), Nishimura 103 (□), Sato 14 (♦), Sasaki 104 (◯).

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FIG. 14.

Primary viscosity data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (2) for liquid thallium as a function of temperature. Walsdorfer 93 (▲), Kanda and Dominique 51 (◯), Cahill 108 (Δ), Crawley 54 (●).

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FIG. 15.

Primary viscosity data and their percentage deviations from Eq. (2) for liquid zinc as a function of temperature. Mudry 110 (▲), Iida 79 (+), Iida 80 (◊), Harding and Davis 111 (♦), Thresh 100 (X), Ofte and Wittenberg 112 (●), Gebhardt 56 (Δ).

Tables

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TABLE 1.

Datasets considered for the density of liquid cadmium, cobalt, gallium, indium, silicon, thallium, and zinc.

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TABLE 2.

Temperature range, coefficients, and deviations at the 95% confidence level of Eq. (1) .

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TABLE 3.

Recommended values for the density and viscosity of cadmium, cobalt, gallium, indium, mercury, silicon, thallium, and zinc.

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TABLE 4.

Datasets considered for the viscosity of liquid cadmium, cobalt, gallium, indium, mercury, silicon, thallium, and zinc.

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TABLE 5.

Temperature range, coefficients, and deviations at the 95% confidence level of Eq. (2) .

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Scitation: Reference Data for the Density and Viscosity of Liquid Cadmium, Cobalt, Gallium, Indium, Mercury, Silicon, Thallium, and Zinc
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10.1063/1.4729873
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