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Transfer molding is a process in which ...

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Transfer molding is a process in which ...

Post Fri Sep 08, 2017 3:30 pm
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    Transfer molding is a process in which polymer resins are superheated, compressed in a charger, and then they are injected into a closed mold cavity; it is used to produce plastic moldings with variable wall thicknesses, as well as fine surface detail, such as the exterior panels of buses and trolleys.


    1) molding is a process in which polymer resins are superheated, compressed in a charger, and then they are injected into a closed mold cavity; it is used to produce plastic moldings with variable wall thicknesses, as well as fine surface detail, such as the exterior panels of buses and trolleys

    2) molding-a process in which superheated polymer resins are compressed in a charger, then injecting into a closed mold cavity-is used to produce plastic moldings, such as the exterior panels of buses and trolleys with variable wall thicknesses, as well as fine surface detail

    3) molding-a process in which superheated polymer resins compressed in a charger are then injected into a closed mold cavity-it is used to produce plastic moldings, such as the exterior panels of buses and trolleys, with walls of variable thickness and surfaces of fine detail

    4) molding, a process in which superheated polymer resins are compressed in a charger and then injected into a closed mold cavity, is used to produce plastic moldings, such as the exterior panels of buses and trolleys, with variable wall thicknesses and fine surface detail

    5) molding is a process involving the compression of superheated polymer resins in a charger, and then they are injected into a closed mold cavity; this process, which is used to produce plastic moldings with variable wall thicknesses and fine surface detail, such as the exterior panels of buses and trolleys

    OA is 4.

    I have a doubt. Why option 5 is not correct? I think it is the best way to write that sentence. Experts, can you help me?

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    Post Wed Sep 27, 2017 6:05 pm
    I already discarded options 1, 2 and 3. But I still think that option 5 is the correct choice. Why is 4 the correct answer? How can I eliminate option 5?

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