This information has been provided by the Education Committee.


Vapor Pressure Charts are available for many elements:

Chart 1

Chart 2

Chart 3

Chart 4

Chart 5


Sputter Yield Charts are available for many elements (Ar ions normal to the surface):

Cu, Rh, Fe, Sn, V, Mo, Ti

Zn, Mn, Ru, Co, B, Nb, C

Cd, Au, Pt, Ge, U, Hf, Zr

Pb, Pd, Ir, Os, Th, W, Ta

Ag, Cr, Ni, Re, Al, Be, Si


On-line periodic tables:


The following site includes a wide range of data including on compounds and presents information in several languages:


The following includes some unit calculators as well as the periodic table data and other useful connections:



Materials manufacturer web site with useful information on a wide range of materials beyond single elements and including several languages:


Link to the AVS reference guide including conversions of units:



Theory based scattering cross sections for electrons in solids may be
found at the Ioffe Institute web site (St. Petersburg, Russia):

The full array of spectral and analytical chemistry data in the public
domain maintained by the National Institutes of Standards and
Technology in Gaithersburg Maryland may be found at:

An extensive set of crystallography data is available from a
data set maintained by the Naval Reasearch Laboratory at:
This site includes rotatable images, lists of atomic locations, and
many other useful pieces of information may be found there.

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