Measurement of Selected Thermophysical Properties of the NPL Certified Reference Material Stainless Steel 310

  title={Measurement of Selected Thermophysical Properties of the NPL Certified Reference Material Stainless Steel 310},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Blumm and Andreas Lindemann and Barbara Niedrig and R. Campbell},
  journal={International Journal of Thermophysics},
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