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Name Description Password Status
Periodic Table Basic periodic table with no additional properties of elements (see Element Properties Table for more element properties) No Password Required
Best Periodic Table in the World WebEelements: This is undoubtedly the best periodic table in the world. It has nearly all the properties for all the elements. Located at Shefffield Universitiy
Properties of the Elements This data table shows properties of all the elements in the periodic table. No Password Required
Mechanical Properties of the Elements This data table shows mechanical properties of all the elements in the periodic table. No Password Required
Physical, Electrical and Thermal Properties of Metals and Some Nonmetals   No Password Required
Unit Conversion Utility This Java Script Utility converts from one type of unit to another.  No Password Required
Greek Alphabet Table Complete listing of the entire Greek alphabet, including: names of letters, and large and small symbols.  Good for quick reference.

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SI Prefixes Table Complete listing of SI Prefixes for powers of ten, including: factors, names and symbols. (Example: x103, kilo, k)

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Electrical Properties of Semiconductors This includes general information about semiconductors. (More to be added later) Effective Mass Password Required
General Constants Table This is a very extensive table with over 100 physical constants. (a great reference) Password Required
Physical Properties of Hydrates and Ice Password Required
Thermal Properties of Metals This table is a further listing of the properties of commonly used metals. Password Required
Density of Various Materials This table gives the density of various materials and alloys. Password Required
Diffusion Coefficients Table This table gives the diffusion coefficients of several materials. Password Required
Comparison of Bond Types This table compares and contrasts the differences between the different bond types: Ionic, Covalent, Metallic, Van der Walls. Password Required
Properties of Crystal Structures This table compares the different types of crystal structures (e.g. BCC, FCC, HCP). Password Required
Crystalline allotropes of carbon This compares three types of  carbon structures : Diamond, Graphite, Buckminsterfullerene Crystal. Password Required
Comparison of Crystalline and Amorphous Silicon This table compares Crystalline, Amorphous and Hydrogenated Si. Password Required
Phases in the 80%Cu–20%Ni Isomorphous Alloy This table shows the transition points for the phases in 80% Cu- 20% Ni Isomorphus Alloy as well as properties during each phase. Password Required
Phases in the 60%Pb - 40%Sn Isomorphous Alloy This table shows the transition points for the phases in 60% Pb - 40% Sn Isomorphus Alloy as well as properties during each phase. Password Required
Resistivity and thermal coefficient of resistivity Table shows the Resistivity, n coefficient and Thermal coefficient of resistivity for several metals.

Examples: Al, Sb, Cu, Au

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Effect of Alloying on resistivity This table shows effect of alloying on resistivity and thermal coefficient of resistivity for three common materials. Password Required
Nordheim Coefficient for dilute alloys This table shows Nordheim coefficient and maximum solubility of several different dilute alloys.

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Hall Coefficient and Hall mobility This table shows Hall coefficient and Hall mobility for various materials at common electron concentrations.

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Typical Resistivity for thin films This table shows bulk and film resistivity of various metals. Password Required
Resistivity of Ag-Pd combination Resistivity of Ag-Pd alloy with varying amounts of Pd. Password Required
Fuse wire properties This table shows various properties of materials commonly used as fuses. Password Required
The Quantum Numbers Description of each of the quantum numbers in a hydrogenic atom and what they quantize (n, l, ml, ms). Password Required
Fermi energy and work function This table shows the fermi energy and work functions of several metals. Password Required
Effective Mass This table shows the effective mass of electron for several different materials. Password Required
Seebeck coefficient This table shows the Seebeck coefficient and fermi energy of some pure metals at various temperatures. Password Required
Thermoelectric EMF This table shows EMT and EMF for various elements and thermocouple materials. Password Required
Comparison of Group IV elements Comparison of properties of group IV elements on the basis of : Bond energy, ionization energy, band gap, melting temperature, etc. Password Required
Selected Properties of Semiconductors Selected properties of the three most popular semiconductor materials (Si, Ge, GaAs). Password Required
Ionization Energy in Si Examples of donor and acceptor ionization energies of various materials in Si. Password Required
Thermoelectroc Coolers Shows the figures of merit and Peltier coefficient for various thermoelectroc cooler materials. Password Required
Polarization Mechanisms Shows typical examples of polarization mechanisms for various materials. Password Required
Dielectric Properties of Insulators This table shows list of dielectric properties for three common insulators. Password Required
Dielectric loss in insulators This table shows the dielectric loss per unit volume for two common insulators. Password Required
Dielectric strength Dielectric strength of various materials at normal operating conditions. Password Required
Dielectric insulation materials Properties of common materials used as insulation in coaxial cable. Password Required
Dielectric properties of Capacitors Comparison of dielectric properties for capacitor applications.  Includes many properties and several different materials. Password Required
Piezoelectric Materials Table of properties of common piezoelectric materials. Password Required
Pyroelectric and Ferroelectric Materials Table of properties of pyroelectric and ferroelectric crystals. Includes Curie temperature and pyroelectric coefficient. Password Required
Magnetic Quantities Discussion of many magnetic quantities and the units of each. Password Required
Classification of Magnetic Materials Table showing how magnetic materials are classified by their properties. Password Required
Ferromagnets Various properties of the ferromagnets (Fe, Co, Ni, Gd). Password Required
Soft Magnetic Materials Selected properties of various soft materials and applications for each. Password Required
Hard Magnetic Materials Selected properties of various soft materials and applications for each. Password Required
Superconductors Selected properties and examples of Type I and Type II superconductors. Password Required
Magnetic Storage Materials Various properties and applications of materials commonly used in magnetic storage applications. Password Required
Thin Films used in Magnetic Storage Selected Examples and properties of thin films used in magnetic storage. Password Required
Radiometric and Spectral Properties Radiometric and spectral quantities, symbols and units. Password Required
Wavelength Ranges Nomenclature assigned to wavelength ranges. Password Required


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