The MaterialType type exposes the following members.
Contains the nine coefficients for the extended form of antoine's law. These are expressed in
A description of this Material Type.
Gets or sets the ebullioscopy constant. Ebullioscopic constant (Eb) is the constant that expresses the amount by which the boiling point Tb of a solvent is raised by a solute, through the relation delta_Tb = i x Eb x b where i is the van ' Hoff factor, and b is the molality of the solute.
True if this SPB has changed in any way since the last time it was snapshotted.(Inherited from SmartPropertyBag.)
Indicates if this SPB is a leaf (whether it contains entries). Fulfills obligation incurred by implementing TreeNode.(Inherited from SmartPropertyBag.)
Indicates if write operations on this equipment are permitted.(Inherited from SmartPropertyBag.)
Retrieves an entry from this SPB. Compound keys may be specified if appropriate. For example, if a bag, representing a pallet, were to contain another SPB under the key of "Crates", and that SPB contained one SPB for each crate (one of which was keyed as "123-45", and that SPB had a string keyed as "SKU" and another keyed as "Batch", then the following code would retrieve the SKU directly:(Inherited from SmartPropertyBag.)
string theSKU = (string)myPallet["Crates.123-45.SKU"];
Returns the Latent Heat Of Vaporization of the material in Joules per Kilogram.
Retrieves the memento of this SPB. Includes all state from this bag, other bags' aliased entries, and child bags, as well as the mementos from any entry that implements ISupportsMementos. Optimizations are applied such that a minimum of computation is required to perform the extraction.(Inherited from SmartPropertyBag.)
The model that owns this object, or from which this object gets time, etc. data.
Returns the molecular weight of the material.
True if this SPB is capable of reporting its own changes.(Inherited from SmartPropertyBag.)
Returns the specific gravity of the material in kilograms per liter.
Returns the specific heat of the material in Joules per Kilogram-degree K.
Gets or sets the state of the material at Standard Temperature and Pressure.
In physical chemistry, the van 't Hoff factor i is the number of moles of solute actually in solution per mole of solid solute added. Roughly, this is the number of ions a molecule of solute breaks into, when dissolved.