I've got a very old material spec that calls out Izod Notched Impact Strength of 1.5 ft-lb/in (80 J/m) to ASTM D 256. I've got a Chinese data sheet that gives Notched Impact Strength of 10 kJ/m^2 to ISO 179. Note: does not say Izod. Any way to compare these two values or is it totally apples and oranges?
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