|May27-10, 05:18 AM||#1|
How to find the thermal expansion coefficient?
following is an example question i found on a lecture slide. I need some explanation to understand it.
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In this example, Is it possible to get the thermal expansion coefficient from the data given in the question? if then, how to do that?
|May27-10, 05:28 AM||#2|
The thermal expansion coefficient α is given, α = 20 x 10-6 °C-1.
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