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Index of Materials - Metal - Fabrics

Metal

A metal is generally considered to be a pure element which readily forms cations. Metals are characterised by their opacity and high thermal and electrical conductivities, the latter properties resulting from the delocalised and mobile nature of the electrons over the crystal structure.

Fabric

Woven fabrics are made by the regular interlacing of two arrays of yarns at right angles to each other, these being referred to as the warp and weft (see also Non-woven fabric).

Tolerances
Fabric thickness:   ±25%  
Number of yarns:   ±10%  
Tex number:   ±10%  
Size (linear dimension):   <100mm   ±5mm
  ≥100mm   ±5%
 
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Carbon
 

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