THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS OF LEAD TELLURIDE SAMPLES.
CATHOLIC UNIV OF AMERICA WASHINGTON D C INST OF OCEAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
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Four samples of lead telluride were tested and their thermal conductivity determined over a temperature range of 325 degrees K to 575 degrees K. The cut-bar method was employed and 10 accuracy is claimed. A specimen of Pyroceram which had been cut from an independently measured chunk was used to calibrate the apparatus over the temperature range of concern. A brief mathematical analysis used in designing the apparatus is included. Author
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