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A carbon fiber hybrid laminate includes a first group of carbon fiber reinforced laminae having a positive CTE and, second group of carbon fiber reinforced laminae having a negative CTE, wherein the hybrid laminate has a tailorable in-plane CTE in the range of .+-.0.2.times.10.sup.-6 in/in/.degree. F.
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Reese Robert P.
Close Thomas H.
Eastman Kodak Company
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