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At the same time, they have unique high performance characteristics not associated with OPC, such as greater chemical and thermal resistance, acid and alkali resistance, bacteria retardancy, maintenance of alkali condition and therefore retardation of oxidation and rust, water retardancy, a low coefficient of expansion, and other improved mechanical properties, according to Panitz.
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Sub-ambient measurements will also be available to around - 15 degC, providing more accurate calculation of bulk modulus and volume coefficient of expansion for elastomer data, generated to simulate under-sea application.
This proprietary CSP approach to building memory components uses a novel technique of mounting chips on an interposer with carefully controlled thermal coefficient of expansion, resulting in cost-effective and reliable stacking of two and four high-chip stacks.
Its coefficient of expansion is 48 ppm/[degrees]F and viscosity is 35,000 cps at room temperature.
The addition of an anti-vein agent changes the thermal coefficient of expansion of the core sand to allow the veining defect to improve or not exist.
It has a very low coefficient of expansion," says Griffith.
The coefficient of expansion is similar for the materials," he says, "and our longer fibers means there can be a greater panel curvature before there is any tearing.