Adjective(1) easily influenced(2) capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out
(1) We plan to do additional work to improve the quality of carbon nanotube dispersion and use more ductile binder resins.(2) The ductile structures show a progressive evolution into semi-ductile and brittle deformation.(3) It is important to note that potassium feldspar did not deform in a ductile fashion during post-peak-metamorphic deformation.(4) The current trend is to the more rational approach of basing the static design of ductile metals on the yield strength.(5) These steels remain ductile at the lowest resting temperatures.(6) Hafnium is a bright, silvery gray metal that is very ductile .(7) These are predominantly ductile structures that were overprinted by more brittle structures at later stages.(8) Iron is a silvery white or grayish metal that is ductile and malleable.(9) It is the most ductile and malleable of all metals.(10) Lutetium is a silvery white metal that is quite soft and ductile .(11) Despite Cal's returned stare he remained defiant in his obvious scrutiny of Cal from behind the glossy sheen of spectacles framed in yet more ductile gold.(12) Zinc is a bluish white metal that is neither ductile nor malleable.(13) Iridium is neither very ductile nor malleable at room temperature, although it becomes more ductile at higher temperatures.(14) Niobium is a ductile and soft metal at elevated temperatures.(15) Copper is a fairly soft, reddish brown metal that is quite ductile .(16) This dilated carapace is weak, slippery and ductile when wet, but brittle and elastic when dry.
(1) ductile iron :: ダクタイル鋳鉄
1. pliable ::
2. docile ::
3. malleable ::
4. tractile ::
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