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...of graphite, boron, quartz, or organic materials. Molding compounds, on the other hand, contain discrete fibers such as chopped glass or asbestos, or particulate fillers such as graphite powders, MOS2, or PTFE. Polyimide films and wire enamels are generally unfilled. Coatings may be pigmented or filled...

...reinforced with high-strength, high-modulus fibers of glass, carbon, aramid, or even boron, and usually laid up in layers to form an engineered component. More specifically, the term has come to apply principally to epoxy-resin-matrix materials reinforced with oriented, continuous fibers of carbon...

...electricity. Many formulations routinely exceed PVs of 50,000 lb/in.-sec. The new coatings derive strength from both their binder and additives. Resins are blended with filaments/ whiskers or submicron particles of hard reinforcing materials such as boron carbide or nanosized diamond particles...

...and possibly most-important aviation material since aluminum alloys were developed in the 1920s. They consist of a matrix or resins, such as epoxies and polyamides, embedded with reinforcements, including glass, boron, and carbon fibers. Although the finished materials are strong and lightweight...

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