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I want to research various the properties of various materials, namely tensile strength at cryogenic temperatures (~20K). I was wondering if a freely available database of material properties exists.

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I don't know, but if you come up with a good one, please put it on this question as well: physics.stackexchange.com/questions/14649/… –  AdamRedwine Jun 5 '12 at 21:21
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I know you probably tried googling this yourself, but is http://cryogenics.nist.gov/MPropsMAY/material%20properties.htm helpful? It is the first result for me from the query "cryogenic properties database."

EDIT: Also: http://cryogenics.nist.gov/Papers/Cryo_Materials.pdf

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Hi Eric, thanks for the response. I came across the second link before but not the first. The first is great but I'm hoping there might be something more extensive/comprehensive. –  James Jun 6 '12 at 12:25
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