From: Thomas Otto, SC-RP (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jul 28 2006 - 09:22:01 CEST
If you consult http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiberglass ,
you will find out that "the" composition of the material does not exist,
because both the polymer and the content in glass fibers can vary greatly.
For a given piece of fiberglass you can either consult the manufacturer,
maybe he remembers the composition , or use physical or chamical
analysis method to get the elemental composition.
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>> Hi everybody!
>> I need to know the chemical composition of fiber glass.
>> Is there anyone which has already simulated this compound?
>> Any help will be very appreciated.
>> Thanks in advance
>> Chiara D'Ambrosio
>> LNF - INFN Research Division
>> Frascati (RM) - Italy
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