Subject: Can a solid metal that bends like paper, w/out wrinkling, be produce?
Date: Fri Apr 16 21:59:31 1999
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You're probably thinking of the Rosewell accident... well that's
not my idea! Can there be a metal that is bendable like paper...
sort of like aluminum, but without wrinkling? That is that after
folding it will come back to its normal un-wrinkle state. Can
you mix some alloys, some elements that can be put together to
make such thing? thanx!
Re: Can a solid metal that bends like paper, w/out wrinkling, be produce?
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