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Re: Re: Kevlar material properties needed please!


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Posted by Mark Christensen (62.254.128.5) on January 13, 2003 at 16:08:11:

In Reply to: Re: Kevlar material properties needed please! posted by phil on November 28, 2002 at 04:55:40:

Hi , you could try www.dupont.com/kevlar/whatsnew look there and there will be a link in red with "Branches Hockey sticks" in it. Hope that helps.

Mark

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: : I need to be able to describe its mechanical, chemical, electrical, optical and other properties. If anyone has info that can help me with that it'll be GREAT. I've been searching the net for stuff like that but to no success (not much).
: : Also, what material can replace Kevlar? Especially for the type used in the International Space Station (to protect it from meteorites).

: : Sorry that sounds a lot to ask, but any information on Kevlar (other than the molecular structure... because I've found stuff on that) would be MUCH appreciated.

: : Thanks.
: : Georgina
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: i my self am doing a coursework on hockey sticks and materials that they are made of. currently i haven't been able to find much information out. if you have any information that you would wish to divulge on kevlar etc. would be much appreciated. thankyou again. philip horsford




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