longitudinal bond

longitudinal bond

A masonry bond in which occasional courses are laid with all stretchers; sometimes used in thick walls.
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This implies that explaining fiber thickness by just considering the kinetic rates of longitudinal bond formation versus lateral bond formation is not the correct approach.
The number (and strength) of parallel, longitudinal bonds inside a fiber is proportional to the force that is required to stretch the fiber.
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