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    Carbon-Carbon Composite Properties Carbon fibers are exceptionally stronger than carbon bulk material. These fibers have very small diameters, typically ranging from 4 to 10 micrometers, which in turn yield a relatively small fiber surface area. Flaws such as dislocations, cracks, and impurities, are virtually inexistent in a specimen of such size, and so the structure is virtually defect free. Because the fibers are kept separated from one another by the matrix, they do not make contact, and crack propagation from fiber to fiber is negligible. Tensile failure of these composites is non-catastrophic: the carbon fibers fracture first, at which point all the load is transferred to the matrix phase; eventually, composite failure concurs with that of the…

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    In this work we have prepared ceramic-polybenzoxazine composites based on poly(P-ddm) as matrix reinforced by 0, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, and 20 wt.% of GX-540 silane-treated nano-Cr2O3 filler via a solution blending method in THF. These nanocomposites are used as new organic coating materials. The effect Cr2O3 nanofillers inclusion on the viscoelastic properties of poly(P-ddm) is studied using dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA). Figure 76 illustrates the change in the storage modulus at 50oC and…

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    Kevlor History

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    Stephanie kwolek in 1966 which is used by many police officers as bullet proof vests because of its light weight and corrosive resistance. Stephanie Kwolek was born in 1923 in New Kensington Pennsylvania after graduating from Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1946 she went to DuPont Company where she discovered kevlor and had 28 patents till her 40 years tenure research scientist. Actually she was working with poly-p-phenylene-terephthalate and polybenzamide. STRUCTURE AND SYNTHESIS Kevlors…

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    Beryllium General Characteristics According to Hornbostel (1991), Beryllium is a hard, exceptionally, lightweight, gray-white metal, corrosion resistant at ordinary temperatures; chemically it is related to aluminum. Other than titanium, it is the only light metal which has both good strength and a high melting point. Additionally, it is a good electrical conductor, has high modulus of elasticity, exceptionally transmit x-rays and sounds at very high velocities. Moreover, it has the ability to…

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    begin, Kean introduces the periodic table to readers, in a creative and approachable manner. He metaphorically compares the table to a castle, with each brick representing a different element. This analogy gave me a different perspective about the table, and a deeper appreciation for its thoughtful layout. His second metaphor, the periodic table as a map (or castle blueprint), allows the reader to quickly recognize characteristics of elements based on their location, that is, their…

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    Polyurethane Essay

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    The polyurethane segments show high intersegment attraction such as hydrogen bonding and may be able to crystallize and form hard segments. In such polymers hard segments with Tg well above normal ambient temperature are separated by polyol soft segments, which in the mass are rubbery in nature. Hard and soft segments are arranged alternate along the polymer chain. Fig.7. Polyurethane chain configuration [32] 4.2.2. Polyurethane properties and advantages for product development…

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    the other. The OH group in 2-methl-2-butanol is attached to a tertiary Carbon, meaning the reaction should occur via Sn1, a two-step reaction, and Cl should replace the OH group, to form a tertiary halide. HCl was added to 2-methyl-2-butanol and then several extractions were done to purify the product. The percent recovery was calculated to be 77.5% and the IR experimental chart highly resembled the IR chart of 2-methyl-2-butanol; these results indicate that few errors occurred in the lab and…

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    Magnesium Alloy Essay

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    and Iron is an element. Steel is also called as an alloy of iron, with the content of carbon controlled. 4% of carbon in Iron makes it Cast Iron and when the carbon content is less than 2%, the product is steel. Cast Iron is made from pig iron, which is the by-product of smelting of iron from an iron-foundry. Mild steel, which is also known as plain carbon steel, approximately contains 0.05-0.15% of carbon. This makes it malleable and ductile. Mild steel has a relatively low tensile strength,…

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    Oligoetherol Synthesis

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    New method of synthesis of oligoetherols with carbazole ring Renata Lubczak Abstract: The new method of synthesis of multifuntional oligoetherols with carbazole ring suitable for obtaining the polyurethane foams of enhanced thermal resistance was presented. At the first step of the synthesis the carbazole was reacted with excess glycidol to obtain the product of (n +1) functionality, where n is number of equivalents of glycidol reacted with carbazole. Carbazole reacts with glycidol without…

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    Microemulsions Case Study

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    6.3. A. Microemulsions (135-143) Microemulsions are clear, stable, isotropic mixtures of oil, water, and surfactant, frequently in combination with a cosurfactant 135-137. Microemulsions have several advantages such as enhanced drug solubility, good thermodynamic stability, and higher transdermal permeability over conventional formulations 138,139. Many studies reported the use of microemulsions as topical drug delivery vehicles showed their ability to improve transdermal and dermal delivery…

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