nothing, like people: each material is different. steel... " talking about mild steel here" has an expansion rate of 0.06 - 0.07 times the lengh for every 100 kelvins this rule holds true up to 1173 kelvin, this is known as a terminal point as the steel starts to soften and alter its physical state thare are other materials avalable with very similar expansion rates bt as a general rule of thumb, each metalic molacule is specific to its (ER)
It is a unit rate.
the same as a unit rate just in fraction form
There is no difference between them they are same rate constant is another name of specific rate constant
In geometric growth the ratios of successive terms is the same whereas in arithmetic growth the differences are the same.
The rate of change is the same as the slope.
Concrete expands at ALMOST the same rate as steel. But NOT Chuck Norris...
No, they vary
thermal expansion depends on Temperature and material of steel
It means expanding and contracting at the same speed.
Broken Steel is a DLC expansion pack, yes. If you don't have the DLC, then you don't have any of the Broken Steel content.
The expansion rate of liquid nitrogen is 697 to 1.
If the contraction occurred at the same rate as the expansion has, then it would take about fifteen billion years.
to allow for expansion and contraction
No. The rate of expansion/ contraction varies from one material to the next.