Meaning Brittleness
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The quality of metal that describes its likliness for the crystals to become detached, becoming a crack. Metal is said to be 'brittle' if it is likely to crack--this can be reduced by anneal [..]
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The previous term for fracturability (see below).
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(n) firm but easily broken
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A tendency to fracture without appreciable deformation.
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opposite of fracture toughness. A brittle material, however, does not necessarily lack strength.
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That property of paper whose causes it to break or fail when deformed such as by binding, converting, finishing, folding and handling. Factors, which contribute to brittleness , are composition, moist [..]
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The property by virtue of which a material is fractured without appreciable deformation by the application of load. The state of being brittle; aptness to break; fragility.
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The property of metals that do not deform under load, but tend to break suddenly; the opposite of plasticity.
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The tendency of a dried film to crack or flake when bent, flexed, or scratched.
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The tendency of a material to fracture without first undergoing significant plastic deformation.
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