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As the porosity of a refractory ceramic brick increases,

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Problem 13.1FE

As the porosity of a refractory ceramic brick increases, (A) strength decreases, chemical resistance decreases, and thermal insulation increases (B) strength increases, chemical resistance increases, and thermal insulation decreases (C) strength decreases, chemical resistance increases, and thermal insulation decreases (D) strength increases, chemical resistance increases, and thermal insulation increases

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PY 205 with Daniel Dougherty Week 1 Chapter 1 1/12/2016  Theory – broader, more detailed and can give quantitatively testable predictions, often with great precision  Law – certain, concise but general statements about how nature behaves  Principle- less general statements o Scientific laws are descriptive because they describe how mature behaves  Uncertainty and percent uncertainty o Ratio of uncertainty to the measured value X 100 to make it a percent o Ex: 8.8 +/- .1cm .1/8.8 X 100 = 1%  Significant figures o 0 is a placeholder o Ex: 80  one significant figure since 0 does not count o RULE: number of significant figures in the last number should be the s

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Textbook: Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction
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Author: William Callister
ISBN: 9781118324578

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