Coefficient of expansion



Coefficient of expansion


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Coefficient of expansion


Meaning of term coefficient of expansion

A measurement of how much a glass expands or contracts in length per degree of temperature, expressed in meters per degree Celsius. The typical COE of borosilicate glasses are 30 to 34 x 10-7 C, where soda- lime glasses tend to have expansions in the 90


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