Conductividad Termica Solidos | Chemical Compounds | Electrical Resistivity And Conductivity

Chapter 9

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SOLID -INORGANIC COMPOUNDS

Carl L. Yaws
Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas
Tabulation Results

The results are given in Table 9. For the tabulation, thermal conductivity of solid as a function of
temperature given by the equation shown below:
10glO ksol =A + Brr + C T + D

r

(9)

ksol =thermal conductivity of solid, W/(m K)
A, B, C, and D = regression coefficients for chemical compound
T =temperature, K

where

The tabulation is arranged by alphabetical order (Ag, AI, Ar, ...... , Zr ) to provide ease of use in
quickly locating the data by using the chemical formula. The compound name and CAS No (Chemical
Abstracts Registry Number) are next provided. Values for regression coefficients are given in the adjacent
columns. The temperature range for use is given in the next columns (TMIN and TMAX). The equation
should not be used for temperatures outside this range. The next column provides the code for the
tabulation. The last three columns provide values for thermal conductivity of solid at representative
temperatures.
In preparing the tabulation, a literature search was conducted to identify data source publications
(1-17). Both experimental values for the property under consideration and parameter values for
estimation of the property are included in the source publications. The publications were screened and
copies of appropriate data were made. These data were then keyed into the computer to provide a
database of values for compounds for which experimental data are available. The database also served
as a basis to check the accuracy of the estimation methods. Upon completion of data collection,
estimation of values for the remaining compounds was performed.
The compilations of Beaton and Hewitt (1); CRC (2-3); and Ho, et al. (6-7) were used extensively
for the tabulation. In the absence of experimental data, most of the estimates are from Ho, et al. (6-7). The
estimates should be considered rough approximations. Experimental data and estimates were then
regressed to provide the same equation for all compounds.
A comparison of calculated and data values is shown in Figure 9 for a representative compound.
The graph shows favorable agreement of equation and data.
Example

In an engineering analysis, solid thermal conductivity is needed for aluminum (AI) at 600 K.
Determine the thermal conductivity of solid for aluminum at this temperature.
Substitution of the coefficients from the tabulation and temperature into the above equation
yields:
2
10glO ksol = 2.5287 - 2.5694E+01/600 -2.2138E-04*600 + 2.7059E-08*600 = 2.36276
ksol = 102.36276 = 230.55 W/(m K)
References
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Au B BN Ba BaF2 Ba BaO BI Bi2Te3 Bk Bk C C C Ca CaC03 CaF2 Cd CdS CdSe CdTe Ce Ct em Co Cr Cs CsBr Csi Cu CuBr CuCI Cui Cu20 Dy Er Es Eu Fe Fe304 Fm Fr Ga GaAs GaP GaSb Ga2Se3 Ga2Te3 Gd Ge H2 H2O He He HI Hg HgSe HgTe Ho 12 In InAs InP InSb In2Te3 lr calcium calciumcarbonate(calcite) calcium fluoride cadmium cadmiumsulfide cadmiumselenide cadmiumteliuride cerium califomium curium cobalt chrorrlum cesium cesiumbromide cesium iodide copper cuprous brorrlde cuprouschloride copperiodide copper (i) oxide dysprosium erbium einsteinium europium iron iron (ii.00 973.oooos-oo 3.eoooa-oo 1.6781 5.8417E-04 1.2 429.200 13.00 1500.00 300.000 1.2 55.3010 O.. 1..770 0.7656 4.2 18.2 432.362 0..700 65.0746 -2.000 1.00 1000.000 50.oooos-oo O.1627E-07 1.900 8..OoooE+OO O.8762 uooooe-oo O.00 300. -_.000 _ 0.00 300.8855 9.2 63.00 200.878 35.2 0.8811 1.2 194.00 300.900 1.1586E+Ol -1.800 3.oooOE+OO 0.9431E-04 -6.00 80.000 1.00 102.600 2. --- --.4333E-02 7.5684E+Ol -3.000 88.00 373.oooos-oo 1.1925 -1.900 1.00 1235.6221E+02 -1.000 2 34.iii) oxide fermium francium gallium gallium arsenide galliumphosphide Igalliumantimonide gallium (iii) selenide gallium (iii) telluride gadolinium germanium hYdrogen water hellum-3 helium-4 hafnium mercury mercury(Ii) selenlde mercury (ii) telluride holmium iodine indium Indiumarsenide Indiumphosphide Indiumantimonide Indium(Iii) telluride iridium CAS No 7440-34-8 7440-22-4 7783-90-6 7783-96-2 7429-90-5 22831·42-1 20659-73-8 25152-52-7 1344-28-1 7440-35·9 7440-37-1 7440-38-3 1303-33-9 7440-68-8 7440-57-5 7440-42-8 10043-11·5 7440-39-3 7787-32-8 7440-41-7 1304-56-9 7440-69-9 1304-82-1 7440·40-6 7440-40-6 7440-44-0 7782-40-3 7762-42-5 7440-70-2 471-34·1 7789-75-5 7440-43-9 1306-23-6 1306-24-7 1306-25·8 7440-45·1 7440-71'3 7440-51'9 7440-48-4 7440-47-3 7440-46·2 7787-69-1 7789-17·5 7440-50·8 7787·70-4 7758-89-6 7681-65·4 1317-39-1 7429-91·6 7440-52-0 7429-92-7 7440-53-1 7439-89·6 1317-61-9 7440-72-4 7440-73-5 7440-55-3 1303-00-0 12063-98-8 12064-00-8 12024-24-7 12024-27-0 7440-54-2 7440-56-4 1333-74-0 7732-18-5 14762·55-1 7440-59-7 7440-58-6 7439-97-6 20601-83-6 12068-90-5 7440-60-0 7553'56-2 7440-74-6 1303-11-3 22398-80-7 1312-41-0 1312·45-4 7439-88-5 r C D B 1.00 300.2 .9031 O.7615E+02 -2.OOOOE+OO e.2 18.4717E·09 1.9215E+Ol -2.2 84.00 300.5830E-06 0.680 1.2 3000..1466 9.300 1.2 210.9361E-06 0.5775E-03 3.200 0..7248E+02 2.8207 -5.00 300.2 103.088 1.oooOE+OO O.0776E·07 1.52 300.2107E+Ol -6.2 12.0538E-04 5..000 221.oooos-oo o.00 5.2 4510.-_.1874E-05 t.2 17.00 300.2 25.00 300.4051E-07 1.20 1500.000 10.00 300.2 232.000 2 40.7782 o.0044E-02 -1.OOOOE+OO o.2 20.273 41.2889 3.850 1.ooooe-oc 1.2 2.2 42.9423E-04 1.080 358.1938E-05 2.9297E-04 4.00 300.000 9.‫סס‬OO 1. .ooeoa-oo O.00 300.00 200.00 225.Table 9 Thermal Conductivity of Solid -Inorganic Compounds 109.3791 E+Ol -2.740 29.00 123.ooooe-oo O.7672 c.5962E·Ol 6.00 132.ooooe-oo o.6553 9.00 301.OoooE+OO o.2852E-06 1.200 328.8619E-08 0.90 2..400 20.2 232. - ----------------_.7059E-08 1.000 10.0kool = A + BIT + C T + D NO ID 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 1 13 35 45 77 78 151 153 167 183 200 202 248 255 258 283 373 416 464 530 551 562 604 611 612 637 638 639 675 688 728 776 820 822 823 830 877 906 916 1035 1124 1128 1144 1169 1173 1229 1255 1281 1307 1332 1360 1369 1420 1566 1572 1574 1575 1576 1598 1600 1608 1609 1610 1637 1709 1712 1738 1739 1740 1771 1621 1623 1841 1873 1877 1878 1904 1907 1916 1917 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 FORMULA Iv:: NAME /lIJ /lIJCt /lIJ1 actinium sliver silver (I) chloride sliver (i) iodide AI aluminum AlAs AlP AlSb Al203 aluminumarsenide aluminumphosphide aluminumantimonide aluminumoxide americium argon arsenic arsenic (iii) sultkle astatine gold boron boron nitride barium bariumfluoride beryllium berylliumoxide bismuth bismuthteliuride berkelium(a form) berkelium(b form) carbon (amphorous) diamond graphite Am At As As2S3 At.2601E-02 ·1.oooOE+OO 0.000 2 15.2 4.00 300.2374 7.oooos-oo 1.3010 o.OOOOE+OO 1.9367 1.8060 -2.7024E+OO -4.00 300.000 1.2 20.oooOE+OO O.850 5.4861 2.0182E+Ol -1.oooOE+OO O.2 56.700 1.200 1.00 1500.000 9.00 100.oooos-oo o.60 2.00 300.000 2 0.179 1.783 262.90 223..3539E·05 -2.8965E+Ol -2.5287E-07 0.000 6.2 92.80 100.00 1400.000 1.00 80.000 1.9467 5.2753E+OO 1.00 300.8287E-02 3.840 1.274 176.5830E-06 -0.OOOOE+OO o.600 1.ooooe-oo O.7464 -1.200 27.8506E-03 3.00 234.00 300.00 300.000 20.7150E·07 0.20 300.2 19.OOOOE+oo uoooos-oo o.0586 2.000 2.6440E-03 -1.7482 o.400 1.OoooE+OO uoooos-oo 1.000 2 4.3444E-02 2.00 429.000 5.595 1. --- --- ----- .000 16.5619E-03 7.451 2 72.1236E+Ol ·4.6213 4.7075E+Ol -8._-_.ooooa-oo o.5967E+Ol ·9.ooeoa-oo uooooa-eo 1.901 2 29..2 1.9434 1.4624 uoooos-eo c.oooos-oo o.9243 o.oooos-oo o. --- --- .OOooE+OO O.000 10.000 75.400 29.00 150.420 1.000 80.2 1.TMlN k.

9743E-07 7.1173E+Ol ·6.2140E-08 ·9.102 118.400 25.600 0.498 11.518 884.750 16.0881E·04 -3.00 300. 1666E-03 -1.7709 1.6973 1.00 30.8341 -0. -.00 200.3778 1.00 273.000 104.0000 0. C.4880E·04 1.800 31..500 21.8607E+OO 9.000 156.2 2 2 1.2 2 1.2569E-09 -4.691 10.000 10.299 133.00 273.1990E-07 -1.600 91.373 59.2 1.data.OOOOE+OO 1.00 300.OOooE+OO O.6234E-03 -9. --- .5697E-05 2.250 22.2 1.00 673.4761E+Ol o.00 300.00 150.800 26.8036E-05 1.00 200.697 180.2 1.25C .2 1.2 1.387 13.3986E-04 4.TMIN .estimate k.9138 1.00 2000.300 4.4570E-04 1..770 71.6960E-08 3.00 3000.100 0.OOOOE+OO 2.4802E+Ol -4.944 210.3280E-07 9.8055 1.000 7.00 2200.3212E-03 8.5111E+OO -5.1168E·04 -6.060 3.2525E·03 3.7176E+Ol -1.200 150.00 20.00 197. 2 .400 77.8637E+OO 8.000 1.5670E+OO 3.1759E-08 O.530 22.000 117.148 0.00 600.2 1.2866 1.00 1000.600 11.00 300.00 194.1601E+Ol -1.2 1.600 0.00 300.6334E·04 -3.3453E+Ol 9.6773 1.00 300.7915E-06 8.2 1.907 6. and 0 .00 300.8542 0.2 2 1.622 4.2 2 1.7240E+Ol 3.800 14.4687 2.9980E-03 O.6390E·06 3.300 87.8815E-05 1.00 250.5451E-07 O.00 80.1396 -0.6475E-Ol 1..9499E-07 o.5640E·04 -1.9801E+Ol -7.200 13.6940E+OO -4.400 10.2227 0.00 1200.1158E-07 -4.00 923.0667E-03 o.1525E-03 3.Inorganic Compounds log10 NO 10 FORMULA NAME 81 1960 K potassium 82 1972 KBr potassium bromide potassium chloride 83 2009 KCI 84 2035 KI potassium Iodide 85 2162 Kr krypton 2168 La lanthanum 86 87 lanthanum fluoride 2182 LaF3 lithium 88 2203 LI 89 2261 L1F lithium fluoride 90 2315 Lr lawrencium 91 2316 Lu lutetium 92 2334 Md mendelevium 2335 Mg 93 magnesium 94 2464 Mn manganese 2517 MnO 95 manganese (ii) oxide 96 2548 Mo molybdenum 97 2627 NH4CI ammonium chloride 98 2678 N2 nitrogen 99 2781 Na sodium 100 2855 NaCI sodium chloride 101 2864 NaF sodium fluoride 102 3019 Nb niobium 103 3057 Nd neodymium 104 3091 Ne neon 105 3092 Ni nickel 106 3158 NiO nickel (Ii) oxide 107 3181 No nobelium 108 3182 Np neptunium osmium 109 3200 Os 110 3234 P phosphorus (white) 111 3236 P phosphorus (black) 112 3469 Pa protactinium 113 3483 Pb lead 114 3571 Pd palladium 115 3637 Pm promethium 116 3641 Po polonium 117 3650 Pr praseodymium 118 3691 Pt platinum 119 3756 Pu plutonium 120 3773 Ra radium 121 3781 Rb rubidium 122 3828 Re rhenium 123 3880 Rh rhodium 124 3941 Ru ruthenium 125 3991 S sulfur 126 4023 Sb antimony 127 4065 Sc scandium 128 4083 Se selenium 129 4140 Si silicon 130 4265 Si02 silicon dioxide (alpha quartz) 131 4303 Sm samarium 132 4332 Sn tin 133 4461 Sr strontium 134 4517 Ta tantalum 135 4550 Tb terbium 136 4570 Tc technetium 137 4583 Te tellurium 138 4609 Th thorium 139 4639 Ti titanium 140 4690 TI02 rutile 141 4703 TI thallium 142 4704 TIBr thallous bromide 143 4719 TICI thallium chloride 144 4747 Tm thulium 145 4766 U uranium 146 4836 V vanadium 147 4899 W tungsten 148 4945 Xe xenon 149 4960 Y yttrium 150 4995 Yb ytterbium 151 5021 Zn zinc 152 5087 ZnO zinc oxide 153 5093 ZnS zinc sulfide (sphalerite) 154 5096 ZnSe zinc selenide 155 5097 ZnTe zinc telluride 156 5113 Zr zirconium code: 1 .215 65.9539E+OO 1._.800 0.560 20.2 1.4696E-07 7.0129E+Ol A.2 1.6704 2.1542 1.2046E+Ol -1.20 373.9591E-08 3.00 300.8129E-08 2.OooOE+OO O.6932E-03 -6.7150E-04 -1.000 6.7070E-08 8.OooOE+OO O.OoooE+OO 100.00 161..2067E+Ol 1.000 10.3437 2.3692 1.2 1._.3126E+02 9.1799E+OO -1.9542 1.2 1.200 16.20 673.898 .4987E+Ol 7.6890E·Ol 3.20 300.900 7.2 2 1.00 100.580 7.2852E-07 -3.00 25.OOOOE+OO -1.OOOOE+oo e.oooos-oo -4.6604 1.000 66.6382E·05 -1. -'.30 300.OOOOE+OO 2.000 66.0000 1. 1930E-04 4.9146E+OO -1.6581E-07 TMAX cocIe .00 100.9695E+OO 1.6273E·09 -8.3247E-Ol -1.oooos-oo O.700 35..00 500.oooos-oo O.886 22.108 27.00 1700.00 50.1047E-07 4.803 0.ocoos-oo O.000 16.8487E-04 1.4552E-Ol -3.2 1.ooOOE+OO -8.00 116.9473E+00 1.000 10..8680E·04 o.3019E·05 1.700 51.00 301..12 150.200 5.ooeos-oo 3.900 50.3007 1.400 '" 25.2 1.2120E+00 ·6.3217E-04 -6.7912E-04 5.20 25.0145E·06 e.600 58.oooos-oo O.1512E·03 4.00 315.00 1200.000 90.480 25.2 1..2901 1. K 406 -2.200 13.7514E-05 -2.183 34.8642E-05 O.9625 1.00 630. B.4220E-08 -1.300 20.4578E·04 -7.2004 -0.800 54.00 100..210 63.6058E-04 1.8379 0.2 1.6366E+Ol 1.1727 0. -thermal conductivity of solid.8064E-06 o.00 300.840 1.1215E+OO ·1.500 0. ----.1284E-05 1.ooooe-oo o.2 1.3797 1..750 10.ooooE+OO o.00 200.300 3.8930E-07 -9.4061E-08 5.00 300.9890E+Ol 2.2 1.00 274..00 80.3413E+Ol 2.OOOOE+OO 1.000 149.500 10.0889E-06 2.9383E+OO 2.000 10.1638E-06 2.3835 1.00 350.00 273.968 59.166 42..1139 1.400 15.820 3.OOOOE+OO 1.000 141.0197 0.4867 1.00 722.8121 1.00 350.3433 9.732 -.000 6.OOOOE+OO O.3152E-07 -6.oooos-oo 3.400 114.00 100.00 1300.00 100.2 1.00 77.6903E-08 3.7104 0.100 14.2 1.9385E+OO -1.2 1.ooooa-oo o.000 13.2 1.00 873.oooos-oo 2.4389E+Ol ·1.440 16.5929E-04 3.000 42.00 301.oooos-oo O.65 1800.5854 1.912 30.000 52.300 30.000 145.5490E+00 -4.2 1.400 17.00 298.oooos-oo o.500 110.920 12.699 18.7151E-04 2.5659E-03 O.000 10.00 300..3010 1.2 2 1.00 200.000 6.7410E-08 -1.0000 2.OoooE+OO 4..40 200.2489E-05 6.3071E+Ol 9.00 40.00 1000.0141 1.00 312.000 169.30 60.100 53.205 1.3226E·09 1.regression coefficients for chemical compound T .4488E+Ol -4.600 58.00 2500.700 15.00 40.2 1..3029E+Ol 1.00 50.900 18.2 1.00 100.1765 1.ooooe-oo o.8865E·07 -8.600 53.ooOOE+OO O.5867E·03 6.00 311.00 300.590 0.700 47.00 1.1698E-03 -2.00 1500.2 1._- --- .00 453.00 230.00 200.000 46.2 1.00 600.2 1.036 0.2 1.8157 0.9110E·08 1.2 1.1068E+Ol 6.4629E-03 3.6116E·01 1.900 49.2 1.9511E-03 5.00 488.8913E+OO -1.ooOOE+OO O.- .2942 1.20 293.5906E-04 6.4975E-08 2.8060E·07 -4.812 5.7039 1.0334 1.2755E-Ol -1.605 3.000 5.242 16.1686 1..270 35.000 149.1270 1.2 1.0881E+Ol -8..3089E-06 -1.00 123.00 194.00 300.236 0.00 150.00 316.2 1.2 1.00 300.5449E+02 -8.6092E-04 2.8394E+Ol 9.8954E-04 -4.OOOOE+oo -1.00 300.70 100.1249 1.00 100.00 100..00 300.00 194.OoooE+OO -8..000 116.2 1.100 0.000 27.2 2 1.OOOOE+OO O.9611 E·04 O.100 48.2695 1.Table 9 Thermal Conductivity of Solid .2476E+00 4.200 57.00 1700.2 107. .oooos-oo 1.417 24.600 116.7220E-07 -8..2 1.000 5._- --.5178E·03 4.00 123.7668E·08 o.6077 1.2 1.00 505.7352 3..2 1.2 2 1.00 50.00 194.300 23.7993 1.500 30.1059E-04 1.000 18.00 30.0528E+Ol -1.2 2 1.00 300.600 4.oooos-oc o.000 33.00 300.20 40.590 0.9119E-08 O.2 1.OOOOE+OO o.6190E+OO -2.9022E-04 -1.300 86.00 150.600 138.2 1.8810 1.8551E-08 -7.3860E·04 -1. ---.8682 2.15 300.00 317.400 59.ooooe-oo 8.600 89..oooos-oo o.000 1.400 90.3822E-04 5.ooooe-oo o.1457 1.939 45.00 200.220 50..948 12.20 500.2 1.000 81.ooooa-oo o.8148E-06 -7.7589E-05 -1.941 158.00 1685.137 5.000 79.0388E-03 1.00 1000.800 6.7624 -0.000 20.00 4.000 138..00 573.1377 -0.0279E+Ol 1.5897E+Ol -1.456 13.200 1.6475E-08 o.00 60.060 6. .7023E-07 -1.200 22.6676E·04 1.0816E-04 O.400 1.2 1.000 31.2 2 2 1.3633E+OO ·1.20 900.679 44.000 10.900 0.700 99.628 90.OOOOE+OO e..472 9.ooooe-oo o.000 150.4738E-04 1.4410E-07 ·4.73 300.2 1.00 293.20 77.00 900.2121 1.328 71.. W/(m K) kao.981 55.2 1.4334 1.00 371.676 16.226 12.000 163.200 13. = A + BfT + C T + 0 r (J<.4384 -0.3798E·03 4.497 16.00 300.OOOOE+OO O.775 _ 1.00 1300.1609 1.ooOOE+OO O.8618E+Ol 2.00 273.400 90.897 27.W/(m K).00 24.1386 ·0.00 150.00 123.1899 2.9051 E-07 -3.900 82.6164 1..787 150.4419E+Ol 7.00 150.00 373.OOOOE+OO 2.0896 1.2 1.001 24.308 12.oooOE+OO 2.000 84.00 200.eooos-oo -1.794 13.1761 1.oooos-oo ·2.6371 E-04 o.1461 1.00 273.6721 1.2 1.00 300.500 84.9252E+OO -3.000 4.562 0.00 3200.500 0.OOOOE+OO O.2399 2.600 18.00 250.2 1.000 26.8775E+OO O.8478 -0.4355E-04 2..477 74.00 o.2 1.00 2800.500 21.00 373.oooos-oo O.200 0.6884E-07 O.000 82.000 0.2309E·09 O.2416E-06 O.- .2961E·08 1.600 24.OTMIN 323." .100 59.2460E+Ol -8.temperature.4052E·04 1.000 47.00 100.600 35.000 71.00 200.9389E+Ol 4.000 21.000 16.2102E-04 ·1.00 311.2 1.- .3997 1.2103E·04 -1.00 20. 100.000 50.410 5.00 1000.2 1.6460E-04 o.2175E+Ol 5.1631 1.100 14.2 1.320 132.000 101.00 123.00 300.00 273.00 100..100 47. T • K) CAS No A B C 0 TMIN 7440-09-7 7758-02-3 7447-40-7 7681-11-0 7439·90-9 7439-91-0 13709-38-1 7439-93-2 7789-24·4 22537-19-5 7439·94-3 7440-11-1 7439-95-4 7439-96-5 1344-43·0 7439-98-7 12125-02-9 7727-37-9 7440-23·5 7647·14-5 7681·49-4 7440-03-1 7440·00-8 7440-01-9 7440-02-0 1313-99·1 10028-14-5 7439-99-8 7440-04-2 7723-14-0 7723·14·0 7440-13-3 7439-92-1 7440-05-3 7440-12-2 7440-08-6 7440-10-0 7440-06-4 7440-07-5 7440·14-4 7440-17-7 7440-15-5 7440-16-6 7440-18-8 7704-34-9 7440-36-0 7440-20-2 7782-49-2 7440-21-3 14808-60-7 7440-19-9 7440-31-5 7440·24-6 7440-25-7 7440-27-9 7440-26-8 13494-60-9 7440-29-1 7440-32·6 1317-80-2 7440-28-0 7789-40-4 7791-12-0 7440-30-4 7440-61-1 7440-62·2 7440-33-7 7440-63·3 7440-65-5 7440-64-4 7440-66-6 1314-13-2 1314-98-3 1315-09·9 1315·11-3 7440-67-7 1.6147E-08 2.00 80.2 1.00 80.800 33.4121E-07 2.000 47.4314 1.2291 -0.8160 1.2 1.eooos-oo 5.063 23. -. --.00 1600.2016E-04 -2.oooos-oo o.9079 1.00 4.OoooE+OO O.5305 2.00 80.9342E-Q6 3.ooooE+OO 4.70 77.155 68..9070E+OO 4.3574 1.049 9.

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