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The opposite of strength, which is often described in terms of elastic moduli. Weakness usually means failure because of fracturing, the stress at which failure occurs.
 
The opposite of strength, which is often described in terms of elastic moduli. Weakness usually means failure because of fracturing, the stress at which failure occurs.
 
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The opposite of strength, which is often described in terms of elastic moduli. Weakness usually means failure because of fracturing, the stress at which failure occurs.