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Posted by Amelie on Friday, February 25, 2011 at 3:48am.

A hanging wire made out of titanium with diameter 0.080 cm is initially 2.3 m long. When a 78 kg mass is hung from it, the wire stretches an amount 2.89 cm. A mole of titanium has a mass of 47.9 grams, and its density is 4.51 g/cm3. Based on these experimental measurements, what is the Young's modulus for titanium?

Find the effective spring stiffness of one interatomic bond in titanium.

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