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Specific heat of polymers like epoxy, PET, polycarbonate and more.
Specific heat of some common polymers at 0oC:
- 1 J/(kg oC) = 2.389x10-4 kcal/(kg oC) = 2.389x10-4 Btu/(lbm oF)
- Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
- Mechanical properties of fibers used to reinforce polymer composites.
- Specific heats for some common liquids and fluids - acetone, oil, paraffin, water and many more.
- Specific heat of commonly used metals like aluminum, iron, mercury and many more - imperial and SI units.
- Thermal conductivity of plastics.
- Densities, tensile strength, elongation, Youngs modulus and Brinell hardness.
- Common solids - like brick, cement, glass and many more - and their specific heats - in Imperial and SI units.
- Online specific heat converter with the most commonly used units.
- Specific heat of products like wet mud, granite, sandy clay, quartz sand and more.
- Physical properties of thermoplastics like ABS, PVC, CPVC, PE, PEX, PB and PVDF.
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