The empirical dependencies of liquefaction heat on melting temperature are presented for metals with body-centered (BCC) and face-centered (FCC) crystal lattice. The empirical dependence of on T for metals with the hexagonal compact packed (HCP) lattice not undergoing polymorphous (transitions) transformations of and undergoing polymorphous transformations has been determined. The melting entropy has been estimated too.
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Makhsudov, V.; Ermetov, E.; and Bazarbaev, M.
"DEPENDENCE OF LIQUEFACTION HEAT OF METALS ON THEIR MELTING TEMPERATURE,"
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