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Silver ranks next to gold in point of ductility and malleability.

He feels the same sensation as before of mixed anger and fascination at the ductility of her nature.

Alas!Rhoda Broughton

Some metals,p. 81 like cast iron, have absolutely no ductility.

The best iron cannot be manufactured from one variety, but by mixing ores strength and ductility both are obtained.

The Seat of EmpireCharles Carleton Coffin

It is desirable that the pliability and ductility be preserved at as low a temperature as possible.

In its employment for vessels, we ought always to exhibit its ductility, and in its employment for windows, its transparency.

As regards both tensile strength and ductility not only the quantity but the distribution of the graphite is of great importance.

Cast iron has, for bridges of simple design, a strong claim to the second place, though its want of ductility is a demerit.

The Anatomy of BridgeworkWilliam Henry Thorpe

It was wonderful to see the ductility of cotton, as here exemplified.

In point of malleability zinc stands eighth among the metals, seventh in ductility, and as regards tenacity about seventh also.

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