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Classification of Materials
Materials used in the design and manufacture of products Plastics Wood Ceramics Metals Fabrics
Classification of Materials (Fabrics) Fabrics can be further classified as natural and synthetic NaturalSynthetic CottonNylon CanvasPolyester
Metallic Lustre (appearance) Metallic minerals have the lustre of polished metal surfaces will act like a mirror. Examples include Gold and Silver.
Dull Lustre (appearance) Dull minerals exhibit little to no lustre, due to coarse granulations which scatter light in all directions.
In general, materials can be classified as “soft” and “hard” materials. For example a pillow is soft and a wood is hard. Soft and hard materials
Chapter 4 - Minerals. Mineral - definition Naturally Naturally occurring Inorganic Inorganic Solid Solid Specific Specific chemical composition Definite.
Unit 4F: Simple circuits: L.O. 1, 2: N.C. 4.1a Unit 6F: How we see things.
Elements of Design Texture Texture The way an object feels and looks. May be rough, smooth, shiny, hard, soft, etc.
AS Physics Unit 11 Materials – Further Reading Mr D Powell.
Electricity Investigation 2 Review. Circuits A circuit is a pathway through which electric current flows. A circuit must be complete to work properly.
Sound, pitch and vibration As the spoon moved by the cup,
By: sausau. Panning- panning is the most simplest technique used to find alluvial gold(above ground, in lakes) which was small nuggets or small amounts.
Uses of materials The chair said to the table,
Building Codes, Zoning Ordinances. The Designer of a building must make many choices before its design is complete and ready for construction. What will.
SITUATION: Our school is going to hold its annual “Sports Day ”. Sports events will include soccer, table-tennis, basketball and volleyball. SITUATION.
Renewable and Non-Renewable Resources CSCOPE Unit 9: Earth Resources.
How Geologists Classify Rocks. Geologist classify according to TEXTURE Texture is the look and feel of a rock’s surface. Texture can be described as –
Population Levels Optimum population Over population Under Population
Classifying Matter Up to this point, we have only been modeling matter with simple particles The simplest units of substances have been represented by.
METALS Learning Objectives: What is METAL? Different Types of Metals – Ferrous, Non-Ferrous, Alloys Main focus of Ferrous Metals Properties of Metals Characteristics.
Domain & Range. When the coordinates are listed; determining the Domain ( D ) and Range ( R ) of a function is quite easy…
Elements of Design Line A mark drawn with a pointed, moving tool. Lines have different lengths, widths, textures, directions, and degrees of curve.
Organic Chemistry: Functional Groups. Origin of organic compounds Origin of organic compounds Naturally occurring organic compounds are found in plants,
Student Name: School Name: Teacher Name:. Recognition of where each building material is likely to have come from:
EFFECTS WOOD [Between us, ideas become reality.] EFFECTS WOOD Content General Information Advantages/ application scope Systems / acoustics Standard wood.
Rocks, Minerals and Soil Third Grade Earth Science.
LIVE NEWS INTEGRATION IN FLIP. Direct link to News is available here, Microsoft Silver light is required in the system PLATINUM -INTEGRATION Indicates.
Chapter 16: Weather Factors Section 1: Energy in Earths Atmosphere.
Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved Introduction to Limits.
Magnetism What is magnetism? Force of attraction or repulsion due to electron arrangement Magnetic forces are the strongest at the poles Magnets have.
GHANA STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION(ISIC) AND THE CENTRAL PRODUCT CLASSIFICATION (CPC) BY ISAAC DADSON (GHANA STATISTICAL SERVICE)
We are called to shine (la la la) Shine (la la la) Shine among them We are called to shine (la la la) Shine (la la la) Shine like the stars above We are.
Target 1: I can effectively communicate the 4 components needed for a substance to be classified as a mineral. What is a mineral? It is a naturally occurring,
1 Properties of matter 2 What are properties? Characteristics used to describe an object Ex: Odor density Shapesoftness size taste Texture smell Hardnessreactivity.
Color: This channel applies color, textured patterns, or images to the surface.
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