Nickel (Ni)
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Table 2372a. Properties of Ni metal.

Work Function (eV)
5.15
Electronegativity
1.91
Density (g-cm-3)
8.9

Specific heat (cp, Jkg-1K-1)

440

Heat conductivity (kh,Wcm-1K-1)

0.92

Melting temperature (Tm, °C)

1453

Vaporization temperature (Tv, °C)

2840

Melt heat (Qm, J-g-1)

309

Vaporization heat (Qv, J-g-1)

6450
Absorption (1-R)
0.28 for 1 µm light

Figure 2372a shows the solid solubility of some impurities (including Ni) in silicon.

Solid solubility of impurities in silicon

Figure 2372a. Solid solubility of impurities in silicon.

Figure 2372b shows the pair distribution function (PDF) of crystalline nickel (Ni) simulated with molecular dynamics (MD) model for two different temperatures. In general, the main peaks at higher temperatures shifts to higher r.

PDF of crystalline Ni simulated with molecular dynamics model

Figure 2372b. PDF of crystalline Ni simulated with molecular dynamics model. Adapted from [1]

Table 2372b. Some nickel-based alloys.

Alloys
Page on EM online book
Al87Ni7Cu3Ce3 page1433
Al72Ni20Co8 page1434

 

 

 

 

[1] J. Lu and J. A. Szpunar, Phil. Mag. A 75, 1057-1066 (1997).

 

 

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