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Unformatted text preview: decreases the density of the silicate. 14.1) 14.13) (a) Thermoplastics get soft and melt when heated while thermosetting polymers are always hard even when being heated. (b) Thermoplastics are usually linear or sometimes branched structures and thermosetting polymers are mostly crosslinked structures....
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- Spring '08