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Question 1: In some situations the insulation is in reference to ________.
Noise regulationNoise mitigationRoadway noiseAircraft noise

Question 2: A basic low-e coating allows ________ to pass through into a room.
SunlightSolar variationEarthSun

Question 3: [16] ________ has found very little application in IGUs because of cost.
OxygenHeliumHydrogenXenon

Question 4: When multiple ________ panes or "lites" are assembled into units, they are commonly referred to as insulated glass, double glazing, Double Glazed Units (UK and Europe) or Insulating Glass Units (IGU) (North America and Australia).
MACORCranberry glassBorosilicate glassGlass

Question 5: Using ________, a rule of thumb in standard IGU construction is that each change in the component of the IGU results in an increase of 1 R-value to the efficiency of the unit.
English unitsMetric systemImperial unitsUnited States customary units

Question 6: Its effect can be noticed by an increase in temperature of the inside glass surface and the reduction of condensation that would normally form on the unit because of a change in the ________.
Convective available potential energyHeat indexDew pointWet-bulb temperature

Question 7: In these circumstances a large air space improves the noise insulation quality or ________.
DecibelImpact insulation classSound transmission classSound Reduction Index

Question 8: Insulated glazing may be framed in a sash, frame or in a ________.
Curtain wallFirestopFireproofingJoint (building)

Question 9: Low-emissivity (Low-E) glass has a thin coating, often of metal, on the glass within its airspace that reflects ________ or inhibits its emission reducing heat transfer through the glass.
Gamma rayThermal radiationElectromagnetic radiationNuclear fusion

Question 10: For further information, see the article ________.
Heat exchangerTemperatureThermal conductivityHeat transfer
















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