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scratch hardness test
scratch hardness test[′skrach ¦härd·nəs ‚test]
A hardness test in which a cutting point under given pressure is drawn across the surface of a metal, and the width of the scratch is measured.
A determination of the resistance of a mineral to scratching by testing it with minerals on the Mohs scale.
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1 None ASTM D3363, Scratch Hardness Test
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