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Chapter 9

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define materials engineering.
the main function of the ____ organization is to develop material tests standards.
____ are the most common element.
brass is a(n) ____ made from copper and zinc.
true or false? metals are an organic material.
____ and nonmetallic solids made from inorganic material.
____ are materials that are made up of a long chain of molecules that form a much larger molecule.
____ have very strong chemical bonds and cannot be reshaped when heated
materials that are a combination of two or more materials are known as ____.
in fiberglass, the plastic is known as the ____ and the strands of glass are the ____.
materials that are both insulators and conductors are known as ____
density is an example of a(n) ____ property.
describe the difference between stress and strain.
if magnetic ____ is high, the material will allow magnetic flow
rusting is an example of ____.
r-values are used to express ____.
radiography is an example of a(n) ____ test.
define nanotechnology.
list two types of fullereness that are used in nanotechnology.
list four elements that must be considered when selecting materials.
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