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where Q is the flux of

unit time ) ; K is often expressed in units cal / cm - sec - deg or watts / cm - deg .

To convert to watts / cm - deg , multiply K in cal / cmsec - deg by 4 . 186 . The form

of ...

where Q is the flux of

**thermal**energy ( energy transmitted across unit area perunit time ) ; K is often expressed in units cal / cm - sec - deg or watts / cm - deg .

To convert to watts / cm - deg , multiply K in cal / cmsec - deg by 4 . 186 . The form

of ...

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Temperature ( °K ) 80 100 Fig . 6 . 14 . The

Berman and MacDonald . ) shown for comparison purposes in Fig . 6 . 14 .

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**Thermal**conductivity ( watts / cm deg ) ( cal / sec cm deg ) 60Temperature ( °K ) 80 100 Fig . 6 . 14 . The

**thermal**conductivity of copper . ( AfterBerman and MacDonald . ) shown for comparison purposes in Fig . 6 . 14 .

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Berman24 has measured the

stainless steel , and constantan ) between 2° and 90°K and found electron and

phonon contributions of equal orders of magnitude . The total

Berman24 has measured the

**thermal**conductivity of three alloys ( German silver ,stainless steel , and constantan ) between 2° and 90°K and found electron and

phonon contributions of equal orders of magnitude . The total

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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