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The Debye temperature (Debye_T) is approximately equal to the temperature corresponding to a material's highest normal mode of vibration.  This property is provided for some incompressible substances.  Click on IntK in the Function Information dialog to see a list of the substances for which data are available.


The Debye temperature can be used with the functions DebyeC and DebyeU in order to implement the Debye model of vibrational specific heat and internal energy.  Functions DebyeC and DebyeU are documented in the Debye external library.  Information about these functions can be obtained from the Function Information dialog when the EES Library Routines button is selected.


See also: Thermophysical Properties