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Dynamic compressive stress-strain curves of aluminum alloy 6061-T6 with rapid heating

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This dataset contains raw mechanical data (strain, stress and strain rate curvesand initial temperatures) for compression experiments performed on aluminum alloy 6061-T6using the NIST pulse-heated Kolsky Bar at strain rates between 2400 1/s and 2700 1/s and initialtemperatures from 23 °C to 527 °C and heating times ranging between 0.2 s and 3.5 s. At this time,the thermal history of the specimen during heating is not included in the dataset but this informationmay be included in a future update.

Tags: metals,mechanical properties,high heating rate,High Strain Rate,experiments,simulations,modeling,advanced manufacturing,machining,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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NIST Inorganic Crystal Structure Database (ICSD)

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

Materials discovery and development necessarily begins with the preparation and identification of product phase(s). Crystalline compounds can be identified by their characteristic diffraction patterns using X-rays, neutrons, and or electrons. An estimated 20,000 X-ray diffractometers and a comparable number of electron microscopes are used daily in materials research and development laboratories for this purpose.

Tags: chemical structures,crystallography,crystal structures,diffraction,disorder,electrons,identification,inorganic,neutrons,magnetic,metals,minerals,materials,Rietveld,synchrotron,twinned,x-rays,Advanced Materials,manufacturing,Safety,Security and Forensics,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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SRM 3156 Tellurium (Te) Standard Solution Lot No. 140830

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use as a primary calibration standard for the quantitative determination of tellurium. A unit of SRM 3156 consists of five 10 mL sealed borosilicate glass ampoules of an acidified aqueous solution prepared gravimetrically to contain a known mass fraction of tellurium. The solution contains hydrochloric acid at a volume fraction of approximately 10 %, which is equivalent to an amount of substance concentration (molarity) of approximately 1.2 mol/L. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: tellurium,pure materials,cations,metals,single element solutions,spectrometry,Advanced Materials,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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SRM 3102a Antimony (Sb) Standard Solution Lot No. 140911

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use as a primary calibration standard for the quantitative determination of antimony. A unit of SRM 3102a consists of 50 mL of an acidified aqueous solution prepared gravimetrically to contain a known mass fraction of antimony in a high-density polyethylene bottle sealed in an aluminized bag.

Tags: antimony,pure materials,cations,metals,single element solutions,spectrometry,Advanced Materials,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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SRM 3104a Barium (Ba) Standard Solution Lot No. 140909

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use as a primary calibration standard for the quantitative determination of barium. A unit of SRM 3104a consists of five 10 mL sealed borosilicate glass ampoules of an acidified aqueous solution prepared gravimetrically to contain a known mass fraction of barium. The solution contains nitric acid at a volume fraction of approximately 1 %, which is equivalent to a concentration (molarity) of approximately 0.16 mol/L. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: barium,pure materials,cations,metals,single element solutions,spectrometry,Advanced Materials,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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SRM 3110 Cerium (Ce) Standard Solution Lot No. 160830

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use as a primary calibration standard for the quantitative determination of cerium. A unit of SRM 3110 consists of five 10 mL sealed borosilicate glass ampoules of an acidified aqueous solution prepared gravimetrically to contain a known mass fraction of cerium. The solution contains nitric acid at a mass fraction of approximately 16 %. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: cerium,pure materials,cations,metals,single element solutions,spectrometry,Advanced Materials,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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SRM 3120a Germanium (Ge) Standard Solution Lot No. 080429

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use as a primary calibration standard for the quantitative determination of germanium. A unit of SRM 3120a consists of 50 mL of a single element solution in a high density polyethylene bottle sealed in an aluminized bag. The solution was prepared gravimetrically to contain a known mass fraction of germanium. The solution contains nitric acid at a concentration of approximately 1.6 mol/L and hydrofluoric acid at a concentration of approximately 0.6 mol/L. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: germanium,pure materials,cations,metals,single element solutions,spectrometry,Advanced Materials,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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SRM 3122 Hafnium (Hf) Standard Solution Lot No. 151120

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use as a primary calibration standard for the quantitative determination of hafnium. A unit of SRM 3122 consists of 50 mL of an acidified aqueous solution prepared gravimetrically to contain a known mass fraction of hafnium in a high density polyethylene bottle sealed in an aluminized bag. The solution contains approximately 8 % nitric acid (volume fraction) and approximately 1 % hydrofluoric acid (volume fraction), equivalent to amount of substance concentrations (molarities) of 1.3 mol/L and 0.3 mol/L, respectively.

Tags: hafnium,pure materials,cations,metals,single element solutions,spectrometry,Advanced Materials,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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SRM 3127a Lanthanum (La) Standard Solution Lot No. 151030

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use as a primary calibration standard for the quantitative determination of lanthanum. A unit of SRM 3127a consists of five 10 mL sealed borosilicate glass ampoules of an acidified aqueous solution prepared gravimetrically to contain a known mass fraction of lanthanum. The solution contains nitric acid at a volume fraction of approximately 10 %, equivalent to an amount of substance concentration (molarity) of approximately 1.6 mol/L. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: lanthanum,pure materials,cations,metals,single element solutions,spectrometry,Advanced Materials,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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SRM 3133 Mercury (Hg) Standard Solution Lot No. 160921

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use as a primary calibration standard for the quantitative determination of mercury. A unit of SRM 3133 consists of five 10 mL sealed borosilicate glass ampoules of an acidified aqueous solution prepared gravimetrically to contain a known mass fraction of mercury. The solution contains nitric acid at an approximate mass fraction of 10 %. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: mercury,pure materials,cations,metals,single element solutions,spectrometry,Advanced Materials,

Modified: 2024-02-22

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