Description: The heat capacity of high purity electrotransport refined lutetium was measured between 1 and 20/sup 0/K. Results for theta/sub D/ were in excellent agreement with theta values determined from elastic constant measurements. The heat capacity of a series of lutetium-hydrogen solid solution alloys was determined and results showed an increase in ..gamma.. from 8.2 to about 11.3 mJ/g-atom-K/sup 2/ for hydrogen content increasing from zero to about one atomic percent. Above one percent hydrogen ..g… more
Date: October 1, 1977
Creator: Thome, D. K.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department