# CHEMISTRY

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POLYMER COMPOSITE EXPERIMENT

USED GLUE AND THREAD PUT STRIPS OF GLUE THEN ADDED STRANDS OF THREAD ALLOWED TO DRY DID 3 DIFFERENT STRIPS AND LAYED THREAD PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR ON ONE

1. I DON'T KNOW WHY THE STRIS THE LONG WAY SEEM STRONGER OR SHOULD THEY HAVE?
2. WHAT IF I PULLED FROM SHORT SIDES WHAT WOULD HAPPEN? WHY?
3. WHAT IS THE BULK PHASE IN THE COMPOSITE THE THREAD OR GLUE AND WHY?

CAN SOMEONE HELP ME UNDERSTAND THIS??????

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