CVEN 306 HW - decreases the density of the silicate 14.1...

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CVEN 306-501 HW#2 3.2) 2(.175(10 -9 )(sqrt(2))=a a 3 =V c =1.21(10 -28 ) 3.10) nA/V c N A =10.14g/cm^3 3.39) 3.45) (a) (100) and (010) (b) (101), (011), and (101) (c) (111), (111), (111), and (111) 12.2) 12.26) The structure the bonds of silicate ceramics are rather complex and open compared to other materials. This causes the atoms to not be packed very closely which
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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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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course CVEN 306 taught by Professor Grasley during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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