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TGThe Great (band)
TGThe Game (online game)
TGTop Gear (British car show)
TGGlass Transition Temperature
TGTogo (top level domain)
TGTransgender
TGTask Group
TGThe Gathering
TGThe Garden (Guns N' Roses song)
TGTop Gun (movie)
TGTransgendered
TGThank God
TGThat Guy
TGThanksgiving
TGThai Airways International
TGThurgau (Thurgovie; Swiss Canton)
TGThe Gap
TGTransgenic
TGThinkGeek (website)
TGTriglyceride
TGTop Girls (play by Caryl Churchill)
TGTexas Guaranteed (education)
TGTechnical Guide
TG6-Thioguanine (chemotherapy drug)
TGToo Good
TGThyroglobulin
TGThat's Great
TGThai Airways International (IATA Airport Code)
TGTurboGrafx
TGTagesgeld (German)
TGThe Gamers
TGThird Grade
TGToyoda Gosei Co., Ltd. (Japan)
TGTotal Girl (magazine)
TGThrobbing Gristle (1970s band)
TGTarget Group
TGTrigun (TV show)
TGTokyo Gas Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan)
TGThermogravimetry (mass change study)
TGTerry Gilliam (director)
TGTwynstra Gudde (consulting firm; Netherlands)
TGTiefgarage (German: underground parking)
TGTouch-and-Go
TGTraditional Grammar
TGTemperature Gradient
TGTopical Guide
TGTurbine Generator
TGTalkgroup
TGTechnical Group
TGTail Gunner
TGTeragram (metric unit of mass)
TGTotal Guitar (magazine)
TGTrunk Group
TGTactical Gamer (online community)
TGTa Gueule (French: Shut Up)
TGTonenGeneral (oil company; Japan)
TGTrue Good (gaming)
TGTitan's Grip (World of Warcraft)
TGTrésorerie Générale (French: General Treasury)
TGTransmission Group
TGTransformational Grammar
TGTiming Generator
TGTransfer Guide (Maricopa County, AZ community college system)
TGTransformational-Generative (grammar)
TGTrinidad Guardian (Newspaper)
TGTimeless-Games.com (German software development company)
TGTogdheer (postal region, Somalia)
TGTaux de Gravité (French: Severity Rate)
TGTail Gating
TGTrunking Gateway
TGThompson Gun
TGTroop Guide (Boy Scouts of America)
TGTotino-Grace (Minnesota High School)
TGToy Guy
TGTask Graph
TGTwin Groves (Illinois, USA)
TGTransactions on Graphics
TGTrue Gravity
TGTail Grab (skiing and snowboarding)
TGTriple Glazing (windows)
TGTransmitter Group
TGTrinity Grammar (school)
TGTransaction Group
TGTote Gote (mini bike)
TGTanner Graph
TGTigre Géant (Canadian retailer)
TGTangent Galvanometer (physics)
TGTotal Gradient (gravity and magnetic)
TGTracking Gain
TGTraffic Gateway
TGTrack Gate
TGThermite Grenade
TGTactical Guard
TGTransformation Gateway (Net6)
TGTop of Grate (surveying)
TGTexas Gunmen (gaming group)
TGThomas Group Ltd (Orange, CA)
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6a and b) the loss tangent tan ([delta]) decreases (indicating an increase of the elastic behavior of the material) and the maximum moves toward higher temperatures, indicating an increase of the glass transition temperature on increasing crystallization time.
8,11,12,14) One of the studies revealed that the low-frequency impedance of a polymer coating which corresponds to the resistance of the coating to ionic transport sharply decreased at the glass transition temperature ([T.
If all of the material is heated to the glass transition temperature, no folding will occur.
Drivers should therefore consider switching to winter tyres when temperatures drop below 7*C as their glass transition temperature is much lower (between -21* to -26*C) as winter tyres are made from a different rubber/silica compound and retain their flexibility and performance .
The range of temperature over which the solid polyurethane polymer transforms from a rigid glassy state to flexible rubbery state is known as the glass transition temperature which can be evaluated through DSC.
It has a high glass transition temperature and provides good blocking resistance.
The instrument can be used for measuring the thermal properties and thermal transitions of coatings or components, such as heat capacity, glass transition temperature ([T.
To achieve a large solute-polymer diffusion coefficient, the polymer should be amorphous and have a very low glass transition temperature (Crank and Park, 1968).
According to GE, the material's amorphous nature gives it good dimensional stability, creep resistance, and strength at elevated temperatures (although these properties fall off sharply as it nears its 311[degrees]C glass transition temperature, where it turns soft and rubbery).
Fitting the data to a theory which assumed that particles deform due to the action of the polymer-air surface tension, the glass transition temperature, [T.
Polycarbonate's properties of optical-quality transparency, high glass transition temperature, and exceptional impact strength at room temperature and below, make it a desirable engineering material, and it has been used in optical recording media, sporting equipment, unbreakable glazing materials, and automotive exteriors and interiors.
As outlined by Kelley, glass transition temperature has been viewed as a proxy for thermal reliability, with the general view as "the higher, the better.