Q: How to find the fineness of ggbs?

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Plata is silver, 999 refers to the fineness. It means pure silver.

Depends on the fineness of the wool and the size of the needles.

It depends on what characteristic you want to measure! Its mass, its height, the amount of body fat, the fineness of its fleece?

If gold is real it will be stamped with a fineness number of 1-999 or .1-.999. It can also be stamped with a karat number of 10K, 14K, 18K, 22K or 24K.

It represents the "fineness", or purity, of the silver in the coin expressed as a decimal. Normally fineness is given to 3 digits. In that case the number expresses the purity as a in parts per 1000. For example, 999 means 999/1000 of the coin is pure silver. The other 1/1000 is some kind of trace impurity that's impossible to remove. Sometimes the fineness is expressed with a decimal point (.999) and sometimes without, but the meaning is always the same - e.g. 999/1000 = 0.999 = 99.9% (see why they made you take algebra in middle school?) 999 fine silver is generally only used for bullion coins and other items that aren't subject to wear, because it's too soft. In the US, pre-1965 silver coins minted for circulation were made of 900 fine silver, i.e. 90%, with the remaining 10% being copper for hardness. Sterling silver is 925 fine often used in jewelry and formal dinnerware.

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Fineness Modulus is a measurement of the coarseness or fineness of a given aggregate.

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Carats and fineness are both words relating to gems.

It is used to measure the purity of gold alloys. One karat (or carat) is equal to 1/24 purity by mass.24 carat (millesimal fineness 99.9% or higher)purity22 carat (millesimal fineness 91.6%)purity21 carat (millesimal fineness 87.5%)purity20 carat (millesimal fineness 83.3%)purity18 carat (millesimal fineness 75.0%)purity15 carat (millesimal fineness 62.5%)purity14 carat (millesimal fineness 58.5%)purity10 carat (millesimal fineness 41.7%)purity9 carat (millesimal fineness 37.5%)purity8 carat (millesimal fineness 33.3%)purity1 carat (millesimal fineness 04.2%)purity

how does the fineness modulus of aggregate affect the strength of concrete

how does the fineness modulus of aggregate affect the strength of concrete

Fineness Modulus is used to know the size of aggregate grains (Particles) for various measurements used in Civil Engineering. To characterize the overall coarseness or fineness of an aggregate, a concept of fineness modulus is developed. The Fineness Modulus is defined as Fineness Modulus = Σ(Cumulative Retained Percentage) 100 To calculate the fineness modulus, the sum of the cumulative percentages retained on a definitely specified set of sieves needs to be determined, and the result is then divided by 100. The sieves specified for the determination of fineness modulus are No. 100, No. 50, No. 30, No. 16, No. 8, No. 4, 3/8", 3/4", 1.5", 3", and 6". Mirza Usman http://www.facebook.com/Mirza.Usman.Blogger

Portland cement (often referred to as OPC, from Ordinary Portland Cement) fineness 300 - 500 m2/kg

how does the fineness modulus of aggregate affect the strength of concrete