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Question 1: Likewise, the specific ________ adopted by a crystalline solid depends on the material involved and on how it was formed.
CrystallographyMiller indexCrystal growthCrystal structure

Question 2: ________) technology has, however, made possible the production of polycrystalline transparent ceramics such as transparent alumina and alumina compounds for such applications as high-power lasers.
Materials scienceTransparency and translucencySol-gelGlass transition

Question 3: People have been using natural organic polymers for centuries in the form of waxes and ________ which is classified as a thermoplastic polymer.
PolydimethylsiloxaneShellacBeeswaxE number

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Collagen fibers of woven bone
  Radial rotor made from Si3N4 for a gas turbine engine
  The individual wood pulp fibers in this sample are around 10 µm in diameter.
  Metamorphic banded gneiss

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  A cloth of woven carbon fiber filaments, a common element in composite materials
  Radial rotor made from Si3N4 for a gas turbine engine
  Metamorphic banded gneiss
  Semiconductor chip on crystalline silicon substrate.

Question 6: They can be found in the periodic table moving diagonally downward right from ________.

Question 7: Because solids have ________, their atoms vibrate about fixed mean positions within the ordered (or disordered) lattice.
EntropyThermodynamic potentialInternal energyGibbs free energy

Question 8: Linearly elastic materials, those that deform proportionally to the applied load, can be described by the ________ equations such as Hooke's law.
Linear elasticityStress (mechanics)ViscosityContinuum mechanics

Question 9: Also, ceramic oxides (or cermets) of lanthanum, ________, manganese and nickel are now being developed as solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC).

Question 10: Polymers which have been around, and which are in current widespread use, include carbon-based polyethylene, polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride, polystyrene, ________, polyesters, acrylics, polyurethane, and polycarbonates, and silicon-based silicones.

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