Measurements of the specific heats of magnesium, calcium, zinc, aluminum and silver in the temperature intervals between 100° and the melting points of the metals are described. The results obtained are estimated to be accurate to within about 1%. A transition point in calcium has been found at about 400°. No evidence of transition points which have been reported in the literature for zinc could be detected, either in the specific-heat work or by cooling curves.
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