seek thermal properties of raw liquid rubber latex

I seek the thermal properties of liquid raw latex as tapped from the tree.
- freezing point
- heat of fusion
- specific heat capacity of the liquid
- specific heat capacity of the frozen solid
Serious google-ing hasn't helped. Anyone know which trade association libraries might have this info at hand?
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I doubt anyone knows, you could try http://www.tarrc.co.uk/
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I guess that stuff is such a complex polymer that any exact values do not exist. Get your hands dirty and measure for yourself. Share the results with us if you may.
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You might find that in general, the precise properties of various tree saps are difficult to obtain in any precision, especially for the thermal properties you list below.
Specualation as to the specific use you may envision?
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