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Karat

1. A way of measuring the mass of a gem. One karat is 200 milligrams.

2. A way of measuring the purity of gold or platinum. One karat is 1/24 purity; that is, 24 karat gold is pure gold.

In both cases, karat can also be spelled carat.
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karat

A measure of the purity of gold. Pure gold is indicated by the label 24 karat. See also fineness.
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He reported consumption of other synthetic rubbers in 1999 as follows: Styrene butadiene (SBR), stable at 1.0% at 3,230 kt; polybutadiene (BR), increased by 2.9% to 1,953 kt; ethylene propylene rubber (EPR, both EPM and EPDM) also increased by 2.9% to 842 kt; acrylonitrile butadiene rubber (NBR), increased by 1.8% to 322 kt; polychloropene (CR), which remained effected by substitution, was down by 1% to 291 kt; "other" rubbers, predominately butyl (IIR) and specialty elastomers, increasing by 2.9% to 933 kt.
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