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E-glasses are mixture of amorphous phases and silicon oxide, calcium oxide, barium oxide, aluminium oxide and some oxides of alkali metals. They have trace amounts of Na2O, MgO, TiO2, Fe2O3, and Fl . 54 g cm-3. The reported tensile strength and E-modulus of these fibres is 3400 MPa and 73 GPa respectively . S-glasses are also amorphous, but differ in composition and has greater hardness and modulus to E-glass and greater resistance to plastic deformation . The reported tensile strength and modulus of elasticity is 800 MPa and 66 GPa respectively.
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Advances in Materials Science Research, Volume 13 by Maryann C. Wythers