Talk:Dynamic mechanical analysis
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Notice: As part of a class project, two other students and I are rewriting this page, and we plan to combine it with Dynamic Mechanical Spectroscopy. Our article should be posted by April. Drafts may appear prior to then. Let me know if there's something you think we're overlooking, we'd be happy to fix it.
The graphs currently in the article are of poor presentation quality. The biggest issue is that there is no identification of which curves are for which axis! Other issues include the number of digits in the axis tick labels, and peculiar was of writing temperature. —DIV (184.108.40.206 (talk) 00:38, 3 September 2015 (UTC))
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