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I am trying to do an experiment involving a W bulb, in which I am completely dependent of knowing the temperature-resistivity relation of Tungsten in the temperature range 300 - 2500 K. The CRC handbook has some tables, but they have few data points and correlate poorly with each other (in different editions). Does anyone here know where else I can find a good table (or formula, although a linear relation is not precise enough)?

Any help would be much appreciated!

-Zoroaster

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# Sources for resistivity of W depending on temperature

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