Thermal conductivity - can be described as how easily heat energy can pass through a material. , Absorbency - can be described as a material's ability to soak up and retain liquid, heat or light. , Fusibility - can be described as how easily a material can be turned into a liquid. , Electrical conductivity - can be described as how easily electrical energy can pass through a material. , Resistance to moisture - can be referred to as a material's ability to prevent liquid and moisture getting into it. , Hardness - can be described as the ability of a material to withstand scratching, cutting and abrasion. , Toughness - can be described as a material's ability to withstand impact from a dynamic force., Ductility - can be described as a material's ability to be drawn or pulled in to a long length or wire without breaking. , Strength - can be described as the ability of a material to with stand a constant force without breaking. , Density - can be described as a material's mass per unit volume. , Malleability - can be described as a materials ability to be permanently deformed or shaped through impact, rolling or pressing without breaking. , Elasticity - is a measurement of a material's ability to stretch under force and return to its original shape without deformation when the force is removed. ,

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