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Research Article

In the Search of Fundamental Inner Bond Strength of Solid Elements

Table 2

Calculated structural free cohesive energy scale of most pure crystalline elements in three main crystallographic structures in [kJ/mol] based on the cohesive energy scale in [1].

fcc*at bcc*at hcp*at

Cabcc49.61055.800Libcc25.08722.700Bebcc69.30978.070
Srbcc51.71252.540Nabcc20.82118.560Mghcp41.61836.590
Rhfcc100.59386.400Kbcc18.97716.830Scbcc83.82490.680
Irfcc122.614105.09Rbbcc17.72115.640Ybcc82.41190.030
Nifcc77.81366.86Csbcc17.11215.090Tibcc88.97497.030
Pdfcc81.29470.610Babcc58.57550.040Zrbcc97.193106.340
Ptfcc91.40479.130Vbcc126.739109.600Hfbcc116.398125.110
Cufcc59.97652.540Nbbcc159.683137.620Rehcp159.975136.880
Agfcc54.51847.740Tabcc188.851163.050Ruhcp116.029100.010
Aufcc59.25551.770Crbcc123.929106.590Oshcp150.348130.820
Alfcc41.23136.110Mobcc169.613144.930Cofcc81.93268.410
Pbfcc26.42223.230Wbcc216.034184.160Tlbcc25.92928.870
Infcc18.74116.610Febcc106.91790.530Znhcp31.22527.460
Cdhcp26.75723.540

fcc , bcc , hcp .
Crystal structure between 0 K and 298 K [16].
The crystal structure at which the metal will melt.