The above-ambient starting temperatures were used as only the rubbery
modulus was of interest in these tests; additionally starting at elevated temperature reduced the possibility of reaching the instrument's force limit or the sample slipping in the clamps.
This is the "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" Season 15 recap of episode 8 "Rubbery
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quinquefasciatus larvae treated with 20 days old whole latex and latex without rubbery
A common bumblebee's wings don't have rubbery
spots, but spinning them in the collider didn't cause damage as severe as in yellow jacket wings with a glitter-stiffened joint.
In an experiment on a mixture of water, surfactant (soap) and an organic salt, two researchers from the Pritchard Fluid Mechanics Laboratory at Penn State show that a rigid object like a knife passes through the mixture at slow speeds as if it were a liquid, but rips it up as if it were a rubbery
solid when the knife moves rapidly.
A mercurial dancer who treads the line between eccentric dancing and rubbery
clowning, Philippe Decoufle is dancing solos at The Joyce this month.
The larynx is a group of muscles, bone, and a rubbery
tissue called cartilage that's located in the throat.
Penetrating this rubbery
plane brings you into a bar of services and then finally into a south-facing gathering space at the heart of the building.
(The tool is especially useful in heavy clay.) Made of chrome-plated carbon steel, the bulber has a cushy, rubbery
handle and measurements on the side so you know how deep to go.
Our training shoes quietly slapped the rubbery
surface of the track as we barreled down the final stretch.
The steamed wontons with juicy chopped prawns and ginger sounded great but were rubbery
Space Hoppers became a must-have craze in the 1970s, lasting well into the 80s, with thousands of children spending hours on the rubbery
balls, bouncing up and down.