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Appendix D

Tables of Properties

A—Properties of Solids, Liquids, and Gases

 

Table A.1 Properties of selected solids at 25

Substance ρ (kg/m3) Cp (kJ/kg-K)

Asphalt

2120

0.92

Brick, common

1800

0.84

Carbon, diamond

3250

0.51

Carbon, graphite

 2000–2500

0.61

Coal

1200–1500

1.26

Concrete

2200

0.88

Glass, plate

2500

0.8

Glass, wool

200

0.66

Granite

2750

0.89

Ice (0°C)

917

2.04

Paper

700

1.2

Plexiglass

1180

1.44

Polystyrene

920

2.3

Polyvinyl chloride

1380

0.96

Rubber, soft

1100

1.67

Sand, dry-

1500

0.8

Salt, rock

2100–2500

0.92

Silicon

2330

0.7

Snow, firm

560

2.1

Wood, hard (oak)

720

1.26

Wood, soft (pine)

510

1.38

Wool

100

1.72

Metals

 

 

Aluminum

2700

0.9

Brass, 60–40

8400

0.38

Copper, commercial ...

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