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Low‐Temperature Elastic Moduli of Aluminum

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Kamm, G.N. ; Department of Physics, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan ; Alers, G.A.

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The adiabatic elastic moduli of single crystals of aluminum have been measured from 4.2° to 300°K by using the ultrasonic pulse‐echo technique. The values obtained by extrapolation to 0°K are C11=11.430, C12=6.192, and C44=3.162 in units of 1011 dyn/cm2. The Debye temperature obtained from the 0°K modulus values is 430.3°K, in excellent agreement with the value from heat‐capacity measurements.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 2 )