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SRM 1450e Fibrous Glass Board

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

SRM 1450e Fibrous Glass Board - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for use in the measurement of the thermal conductivity or thermal resistance of insulation materials. SRM 1450e is a high-density fibrous glass board certified for bulk density and thermal conductivity. The SRM can be used in conjunction with ASTM C177 or ASTM C518. A unit of SRM 1450e consists of a square panel of fibrous glass and phenolic binder molded into a semi-rigid board.

Tags: bulk density,certified reference material,fit,guarded hot plate,high density molded fibrous glass board,model,regression analysis,Standard Reference Material,thermal conductivity,thermal insulation,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Handbook of Basic Atomic Spectroscopic Data - SRD 108

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This handbook provides a selection of the most important and frequently used atomic spectroscopic data in an easily accessible format. The compilation includes energy levels, ionization energies, wavelengths, line intensities, transition probabilities, and spectrum assignments for the neutral and singly-ionized atoms of all elements hydrogen through einsteinium (Z = 1-99), given in separate tables for each element. It includes approximately 12,000 spectral lines of all elements. Bibliographic references are provided for all data.

Tags: actinium,aluminum,americium,antimony,argon,arsenic,astatine,atom,atomic data,Atomic Ions,atomic physics,atomic property,Atomic Spectroscopy,Atomic Weights,barium,berkelium,beryllium,bismuth,bohrium,boron,bromine,cadmium,calcium,californium,carbon,cerium,cesium,chlorine,chromium,cobalt,copper,curium,dysprosium,einsteinium,element,Elemental Data,erbium,europium,fluorine,francium,gadolinium,gallium,germanium,gold,hafnium,helium,holmium,hydrogen,indium,iodine,Ionized Atoms,iridium,iron,Isotopic Composition,krypton,lanthanum,lead,lithium,lutetium,magnesium,manganese,mercury,molybdenum,neodymium,neon,neptunium,Neutral Atoms,nickel,niobium,nitrogen,osmium,oxygen,palladium,phosphorus,platinum,plutonium,polonium,potassium,praseodymium,promethium,protactinium,radium,Radon,rhenium,rhodium,rubidium,ruthenium,samarium,scandium,selenium,silicon,silver,Singly Charged,Singly Ionized,sodium,spectrum,strontium,sulfur,tantalum,technetium,tellurium,terbium,thallium,thorium,thulium,tin,titanium,tungsten,vanadium,xenon,ytterbium,yttrium,zinc,zirconium,atomic energy levels,atomic spectra,atomic spectral lines,ionization energy,ionization potential,wavelengths,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Atomic Spectral Line Broadening Bibliographic Database

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This interactive database, maintained by the NIST Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center, contains more than 6000 references, dating from 1889 through current year and is updated regularly in intervals between one and four weeks. These references pertain to publications that include numerical data, general information, comments, and reviews on atomic line broadening and shifts.

Tags: actinium,aluminium,aluminum,americium,antimony,argon,arsenic,astatine,atom,atomic data,Atomic Ions,atomic physics,atomic property,Atomic Spectroscopy,barium,berkelium,beryllium,Bibliographic database,Bibliography,bismuth,bohrium,boron,bromine,cadmium,calcium,californium,carbon,cerium,cesium,chlorine,chromium,cobalt,columbium,copernicium,copper,curium,darmstadtium,deuterium,Doubly Charged,Doubly Ionized,dubnium,dysprosium,einsteinium,elements,erbium,europium,fermium,flerovium,fluorine,francium,gadolinium,gallium,germanium,gold,hafnium,hassium,helium,holmium,hydrogen,indium,iodine,Ionized Atoms,iridium,iron,krypton,kurchatovium,lanthanum,lawrencium,lead,Line broadening,Literature,lithium,livermorium,lutetium,magnesium,manganese,meitnerium,mendelevium,mercury,molybdenum,Multiply Charged,Natural broadening,neodymium,neon,neptunium,Neutral Atoms,nickel,niobium,nitrogen,nobelium,osmium,oxygen,palladium,phosphorus,Plasma diagnostics,platinum,plutonium,polonium,potassium,praseodymium,Pressure shift,promethium,protactinium,Quadruply Charged,Quadruply Ionized,radium,Radon,Resonance broadening,rhenium,rhodium,roentgenium,rubidium,ruthenium,rutherfordium,samarium,scandium,seaborgium,Searchable,selenium,silicium,silicon,silver,Singly Charged,Singly Ionized,sodium,Spectral line profile,Spectral line shape,Spectral line shift,Spectral line width,spectrum,Stark broadening,Stark shift,strontium,sulfur,sulphur,tantalum,technetium,tellurium,terbium,thallium,thorium,thulium,tin,titanium,Triply Charged,Triply Ionized,tritium,tungsten,uranium,vanadium,xenon,ytterbium,yttrium,Zeeman broadening,zinc,zirconium,van der Waals broadening,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Atomic Transition Probability Bibliographic Database

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This interactive database, maintained by the NIST Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center, contains more than 8000 references, dating from 1914 through current year and is updated regularly in intervals between one and four weeks. These references pertain to publications that include numerical data, comments, and reviews on atomic transition probabilities, oscillator strengths, line strengths, and radiative lifetimes.

Tags: actinium,aluminium,aluminum,americium,antimony,argon,arsenic,astatine,atom,atomic data,Atomic Ions,atomic physics,atomic property,Atomic Spectroscopy,barium,berkelium,beryllium,Bibliographic database,Bibliography,bismuth,bohrium,boron,bromine,cadmium,calcium,californium,carbon,cerium,cesium,chlorine,chromium,cobalt,columbium,copernicium,copper,curium,darmstadtium,deuterium,Doubly Charged,Doubly Ionized,dubnium,dysprosium,einsteinium,element,erbium,europium,fermium,flerovium,fluorine,francium,gadolinium,gallium,germanium,gold,hafnium,hassium,helium,holmium,hydrogen,indium,iodine,Ionized Atoms,iridium,iron,krypton,kurchatovium,lanthanum,lawrencium,lead,Literature,lithium,livermorium,lutetium,magnesium,manganese,meitnerium,mendelevium,mercury,molybdenum,Multiply Charged,neodymium,neon,neptunium,Neutral Atoms,nickel,niobium,nitrogen,nobelium,osmium,oxygen,palladium,phosphorus,platinum,plutonium,polonium,potassium,praseodymium,promethium,protactinium,Quadruply Charged,Quadruply Ionized,Radiative Lifetime,Radiative Rate,radium,Radon,rhenium,rhodium,roentgenium,rubidium,ruthenium,rutherfordium,samarium,scandium,seaborgium,Searchable,selenium,silicium,silicon,silver,Singly Charged,Singly Ionized,sodium,spectrum,strontium,sulfur,sulphur,tantalum,technetium,tellurium,terbium,thallium,thorium,thulium,tin,titanium,Transition Probability,Triply Charged,Triply Ionized,tritium,tungsten,ununbium,ununhexium,ununoctium,ununpentium,ununquadium,ununseptium,ununtrium,unununium,uranium,vanadium,xenon,ytterbium,yttrium,zinc,zirconium,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST MEMS Calculator - SRD 166

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This MEMS Calculator determines the following thin film properties from data taken with an optical interferometer or comparable instrument: a) residual strain from fixed-fixed beams, b) strain gradient from cantilevers, c) step heights or thicknesses from step-height test structures, and d) in-plane lengths or deflections. Then, residual stress and stress gradient calculations can be made after an optical vibrometer or comparable instrument is used to obtain Young's modulus from resonating cantilevers or fixed-fixed beams.

Tags: ASTM,MEMS 5 in 1,MEMS Calculators,Micro Electro Mechanical Systems,Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International,Standard Reference Material,Young's modulus measurements,cantilevers,data analysis sheets,fixed-fixed beams,height measurements,interferometries,length measurements,residual strains,residual stresses,steps,strain gradients,stress gradients,test structures,thick,vibrometries,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Atomic Energy Levels and Spectra Bibliographic Database

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

References contained in this database are from Bibliography on Atomic Energy Levels and Spectra, NBS Special Publication 363 and Supplements, as well as current references since the last published bibliography collected by the NIST Atomic Spectroscopy Data Center (http://www.nist.gov/physlab/div842/grp01/asdc_info.cfm).

Tags: actinium,aluminium,aluminum,americium,antimony,argon,arsenic,astatine,atom,atomic data,Atomic Ions,atomic physics,atomic properties,Atomic Spectroscopy,atomic energy levels,atomic spectra,atomic spectral lines,barium,berkelium,beryllium,Bibliographic database,Bibliography,bismuth,bohrium,boron,bromine,cadmium,calcium,californium,carbon,cerium,cesium,chlorine,chromium,cobalt,columbium,copernicium,copper,curium,darmstadtium,deuterium,Doubly Charged,Doubly Ionized,dubnium,dysprosium,einsteinium,element,erbium,europium,fermium,flerovium,fluorine,francium,gadolinium,gallium,germanium,gold,hafnium,hassium,helium,holmium,hydrogen,hyperfine structure,indium,iodine,ionization energy,ionization potential,Ionized Atoms,iridium,iron,Isotope shifts,krypton,kurchatovium,lanthanum,lawrencium,lead,Literature,lithium,livermorium,lutetium,magnesium,manganese,meitnerium,mendelevium,mercury,molybdenum,Multiply Charged,Negative Ions,neodymium,neon,neptunium,Neutral Atoms,nickel,niobium,nitrogen,nobelium,osmium,oxygen,palladium,phosphorus,platinum,plutonium,polonium,potassium,praseodymium,promethium,protactinium,Quadruply Charged,Quadruply Ionized,radium,Radon,rhenium,rhodium,roentgenium,rubidium,ruthenium,rutherfordium,samarium,scandium,seaborgium,Searchable,selenium,silicium,silicon,silver,Singly Charged,Singly Ionized,sodium,spectrum,Stark effect,strontium,sulfur,sulphur,tantalum,technetium,tellurium,terbium,thallium,thorium,thulium,tin,titanium,Triply Charged,Triply Ionized,tritium,tungsten,ununbium,ununhexium,ununoctium,ununpentium,ununquadium,ununseptium,ununtrium,unununium,uranium,vanadium,xenon,ytterbium,yttrium,Zeeman effect,zinc,zirconium,wWavelengths,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 131h Refined Cast Iron

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

Standard Reference Material 131h Refined Cast Iron - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for use in validation of chemical and instrumental methods of analysis. It can be used to validate value assignment of in-house reference materials and, if necessary, to calibrate carbon/sulfur analyzers. A unit of SRM 131h consists of a bottle containing 100 g of chips. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: low alloy steel,cast iron,carbon,sulfur,Standard Reference Material,SRM,SRM 131h,combustion,infrared detection,manufacturing specification,manufacturing,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 1632d Trace Elements in Coal (Bituminous)

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

Standard Reference Material 1632d Trace Elements in Coal (Bituminous) - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for use in the evaluation of techniques used in the analysis of coals and materials of a similar matrix. A unit of SRM 1632d consists of 50 g of bituminous coal that was ground to pass a 250 µm (60 mesh) sieve, homogenized, bottled under an argon atmosphere, and sealed in an aluminized bag. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: SRM,Standard Reference Material,coal,sulfur,mercury,chlorine,trace elements,Energy,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 1632e Trace Elements in Coal (Bituminous)

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

SRM 1632e Trace Elements in Coal (Bituminous) - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for use in the evaluation of techniques used in the analysis of coals and materials of a similar matrix.

Tags: Standard Reference Material,SRM,trace elements,sulfur,mercury,chlorine,Energy,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 1633c Trace Elements in Coal Fly Ash

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

SRM 1633c Trace Elements in Coal Fly Ash - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use in the evaluation of analytical methods for the determination of constituent elements in coal fly ash or materials of a similar matrix. SRM 1633c is a bituminous coal fly ash that was sieved through a nominal sieve opening of 74 µm (200 mesh) and then blended to assure homogeneity. A unit of SRM 1633c consists of 75 g of powdered material. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: SRM,Standard Reference Material,coal fly ash,sulfur,mercury,chlorine,trace elements,Energy,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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