Foil (metal)

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A foil is a very thin sheet of metal, usually made by hammering or rolling.wikipedia
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Aluminium foil

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For example, aluminium foil is usually about 1/1000 inch (0.03 mm), whereas gold (more malleable than aluminium) can be made into foil only a few atoms thick, called gold leaf.
The foil is pliable, and can be readily bent or wrapped around objects.

Metal leaf

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Extremely thin foil is called metal leaf.
A metal leaf, also called composition leaf or schlagmetal, is a thin foil used for decoration.

Tin foil

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Tin foil, also spelled tinfoil, is a thin foil made of tin.

Metal

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A foil is a very thin sheet of metal, usually made by hammering or rolling.

Hammer

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A foil is a very thin sheet of metal, usually made by hammering or rolling.

Rolling (metalworking)

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A foil is a very thin sheet of metal, usually made by hammering or rolling.

Ductility

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Foils are most easily made with malleable metals, such as aluminium, copper, tin, and gold.

Aluminium

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Foils are most easily made with malleable metals, such as aluminium, copper, tin, and gold.

Copper

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Foils are most easily made with malleable metals, such as aluminium, copper, tin, and gold.

Tin

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Foils are most easily made with malleable metals, such as aluminium, copper, tin, and gold.

Gold

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Foils are most easily made with malleable metals, such as aluminium, copper, tin, and gold.

Atom

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For example, aluminium foil is usually about 1/1000 inch (0.03 mm), whereas gold (more malleable than aluminium) can be made into foil only a few atoms thick, called gold leaf.

Gold leaf

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For example, aluminium foil is usually about 1/1000 inch (0.03 mm), whereas gold (more malleable than aluminium) can be made into foil only a few atoms thick, called gold leaf.

Hypothermia

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It is also useful in survival situations, because the reflective surface reduces the degree of hypothermia caused by thermal radiation (see space blanket).

Space blanket

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It is also useful in survival situations, because the reflective surface reduces the degree of hypothermia caused by thermal radiation (see space blanket).

Easter egg

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The oldest tradition is to use dyed and painted chicken eggs, but a modern custom is to substitute chocolate eggs wrapped in colored foil, hand-carved wooden eggs, or plastic eggs filled with confectionery such as chocolate.

Sheet metal

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Thicknesses can vary significantly; extremely thin sheets are considered foil or leaf, and pieces thicker than 6 mm (0.25 in) are considered plate steel or "structural steel."

Web (manufacturing)

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Common webs include foil, metal, paper, textile, plastic film, and wire.

Roll-to-roll processing

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In the field of electronic devices, roll-to-roll processing, also known as web processing, reel-to-reel processing or R2R, is the process of creating electronic devices on a roll of flexible plastic or metal foil.

Foil bearing

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A shaft is supported by a compliant, spring-loaded foil journal lining.

Albion metal

Albion metal is a form of metal foil produced by rolling tin onto a lead base, or sandwiching lead between two sheets of tin.

Pressure-sensitive tape

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The tape consists of a pressure-sensitive adhesive coated onto a backing material such as paper, plastic film, cloth, or metal foil.

Reactive multi-layer foil

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Reactive multi-layer foils are a class of reactive materials, sometimes referred to as a pyrotechnic initiator of two mutually reactive metals, sputtered to form thin layers that create a laminated foil.

Triumph Group

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