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More properties of materials
Is the ability of a material to withstand crushing or pushing forces which attempt crush or shorten the material.
A pure or nearly pure, extremely hard form of carbon, naturally crystallised in the isometric system.
Properties of Diamonds
Low coefficient of friction.
High thermal conductivity.
High electrical resistivity.
Low thermal expansion coefficient.
Is the ability of a material to withstand forces which attempt to bend the material.
Is the ability of a material to withstand forces applied to it without breaking or permanently bending or deforming
Different forces require different types of strength to resist them.
Properties of Glasses
The most common glass forming process heats the raw materials until they become molten liquid, then rapidly cools the material to create hardened glass.
A hard, brittle substance, typically transparent or translucent, made by fusing sand with soda and lime and cooling rapidly.
A piece of a homogeneous solid substance having a natural geometrically regular form with symmetrically arranged plane faces
Properties of Crystals
They have well-defined edges and faces, diffract x-rays, and tend to have sharp melting points.