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Young's Moduli and Melting Temperature
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As listed in Table 3232, in general, the substances with large Young's moduli usually have high melting temperatures.

Table 3232. Young's moduli and melting temperatures of different substances.

Substance
Young's modulus (GPa)
Melting temperature (°C)

Rubber

0.07

<300

Nylon

2.8 <300

Polystyrene

2.8 <300

Magnesium (Mg)

41 650

Aluminum (Al)

69 660

Halite (NaCl)

34

801

Copper (Cu)

110 1083

Iron (Fe)

207 1539

Corundum (Al2O3)

366 2050

Spinel (MgAl2O4)

241 2160

Beryllia (Beryllium oxide, BeO)

310 2585

Periclase (MgO)

207 2800

Silicon carbide (SiC)

345 >2800

Tungsten (W)

414 2996

Titanium carbide

310 3180

 

 

 

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