Advantages-disadvantages of transparent polymeric, Mechanical Engineering

(a) List several advantages and disadvantages of using transparent polymeric materials for eyeglass lenses.

(b) Cite four properties (in addition to being transparent) that are important for this application.

(c) Note three polymers that may be candidates for eyeglass lenses, and then tabulate values of the properties noted in part (b) for these three materials.

 

 

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