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  • (diff | hist) . . m Iron‎; 21:43 . . (-2). .Phatom87 (talk | contribs)(Phase diagram and allotropes: rm un-)
  • (diff | hist) . . Help:Maintenance template removal‎; 19:12 . . (-234). .Dcljr (talk | contribs)(Specific template guidance: ugh... can we please not repeat this phrase every time? -- also, unpipe Template:Multiple issues link for consistency and "explain" links to individual templates)
  • (diff | hist) . . Ultimate tensile strength‎; 15:47 . . (+4). .Aditya P51 (talk | contribs)("fails" to "fractures" in the image discription. A specimen is said to have failed if it hasn't attained it gives way before reaching its UTS but if it gives way after reaching its UTS, it is called fracture.) (Tag: Visual edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . Ultimate tensile strength‎; 15:40 . . (+4). .117.202.96.12 (talk)(I have changed the word "failure" to "fracture". The specimen would have failed if it did not reach its intended value of stress before giving way but as the specimen is assumed to have reached the intended value, it is called fracture.) (Tag: Visual edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . Glass‎; 03:00 . . (+15). .Marchino61 (talk | contribs)(Chronology of advances in architectural glass: mercury is liquid. It must be alloyed with another metal, such as silver or tin to silver a mirror. This alloy is called an amalgam. This goes back to the Roamsn, hence developed rather than invented)
  • (diff | hist) . . Wikipedia:Verifiability‎; 00:57 . . (-155). .Bbb23 (talk | contribs)(Reverted to revision 730128557 by Bbb23 (talk): No RfC, no consensus, no change, and the idea of "testing" whether there's an objection is improper. (TW))

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