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I am trying to find the curve describing the specific heat of aluminum as a function of temperature between about 50K to 300K(or room temperature) for an experiment I am doing. Ultimately I need to integrate between those bounds. Google doesn't seem to provide any useful links. I was able to find some values at specific temperatures, but not enough data to produce a curve.

Any references to places that might contain this sort of data are welcome.

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For aluminum 3003F between 4K and 300K see:

For alumimum 5083 between 4K and 300K see:

for aluminum 6061-T6 between 4K and 300K see:

8th degree polynomials

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