of equal weight

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Eighteen bonded nanotube sheets produced a material that is stronger than sheets of equal weight made of Mylar, of high-strength steel, or of most aluminum alloys, says Baughman.
The dance insists upon no hierarchy among its visual elements--movement, costumes (by Dryer), projections, masks (both by Alva Bradford), and props (by Dryer and Bradford) are of equal weight.
To test links between aggression and color change, the researchers paired young salmon of equal weight in laboratory tanks and nudged one into the other's half of the space.
According to Argonne, this new, lightweight energy source, if scaled up, could deliver twice the power and fuel economy supplied by an internal combustion engine of equal weight.