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Unformatted text preview: 第第第第 第第第第第第第第 1. 第第第第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 2. 第第第第第第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 1第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 2第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 3第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 4第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第/第第第 5第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 6第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 7第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 8第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 3. 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 Abrasive( ceramic ). A hard and wear- resistant material (commonly a ceramic) that is used to wear, grind, or cut away other material. 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 Adhesive. A substance that bonds together the surfaces of two other materials (termed adherends). 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 Adherend 第第第第第第第 Alloy steel. A ferrous (or ironbased) alloy that contains appreciable concentrations of alloying elements (other than C and residual amounts of Mn, Si, S, and P). These alloying elements are usually added to improve mechanical and corrosion resistance properties. 第第第第第第第第第第第 Mn第Si第S第P 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 Brass. A copper-rich copper–zinc alloy. 第第第第第第第-第第第第 Bronze. A copper-rich copper–tin alloy; aluminum, silicon, and nickel bronzes are also possible. 第第第第第第第-第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 Calcination. A high-temperature reaction whereby one solid material dissociates to form a gas and another solid. It is one step in the production of cement. 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 Cast iron. Generically, a ferrous alloy, the carbon content of which is greater than the maximum solubility in austenite at the eutectic temperature. Most commercial cast irons contain between 3.0 and 4.5 wt%C, and between 1 and 3 wt%Si. 第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第第 3.0-4.5% C 第 1-3% Si第 Cement. A substance (often a ceramic) that by chemical reaction binds particulate aggregates into a cohesive structure. With hydraulic cements the chemical reaction is one of hydration, involving water.involving water....
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