Thermal expansion of alpha quartz

@article{Kosinski1991ThermalEO,
  title={Thermal expansion of alpha quartz},
  author={John A. Kosinski and John G. Gualtieri and Arthur Ballato},
  journal={Proceedings of the 45th Annual Symposium on Frequency Control 1991},
  year={1991},
  pages={22-28}
}
Existing data for thermal expansion of alpha quartz (between -50 degrees C and 150 degrees C) have been critically analyzed. A recommended best set of values was received, as were third-, and fourth-, and fifth-order power series expansions for the coefficients of thermal linear expansion (CTE), referenced to 0 degrees C. To fully utilize the results, relationships between the CTEs and the thermal expansion coefficients ( alpha /sub ij/) were derived and alpha /sub ij/ referenced to 25 degrees… 

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