Properties

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Brittleness

A material is brittle if it fractures without appreciable deformation under an applied load, particularly a sudden applied load. Brittleness is the opposite of Ductility.
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Title of Picture: Fracture

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This picture represents brittleness in many ways. Brittleness is the fracture of a material under pressure, and the picture above was being crushed and it was under pressure as it broke.

Ductility

Ductility is the ability of a material to be drawn out in tension without being fractured. Ductility is the opposite of Brittleness.
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Title of Picture: Kanazawa Gold Factory

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This picture represents Ductility because Ductility is the ability to put pressure on a material without fracture. It was put under much pressure to be flattened.

Adhesion

Adhesion allows dissimilar materials to stick together.
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Title of Picture: Duct Tape Rainbow Rose

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This picture shows adhesion because the adhesive side is sticking to other material.

Boiling Point

The boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid equals the pressure surrounding the liquid and the liquid changes into a vapor.
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Title of Picture: File: Binary Boiling Point Diagram new.svg

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This picture shows Boiling Point because it shows the temperature needed for water to dew or bubble.