Specific heat of brass

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Hey all. I was wondering if anyone knows where I might find the specific heat of brass; I've googled and wikied with no success.

Ah, whoa, hang on. It occurs to me that there might not be a standard "brass" alloy... bummer, confirmed by wiki.

To rephrase the question then: Does anyone know where I might find a table of various specific heats of different brasses?

Thanks!
 

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marcusl
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Here you are
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/specific-heat-metal-alloys-d_153.html" [Broken]
"Yellow brass" is a typical alloy in common use.
 
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mbrmbrg
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Excellent! :rubs hands gleefully:

Thanks, Marcus!
 

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