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interstice

Physics the space between adjacent atoms in a crystal lattice

interstice

[in′tərs·təs]
(geology)
A pore space within a rock or soil.
(solid-state physics)
A space or volume between atoms of a lattice, or between groups of atoms or grains of a solid structure.
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P]hilosophy emerges in the interstices between different communities, in the fragile space of exchange and circulation between them, a space which lacks any positive identity .
Drawing on what Michael Mann (1986) calls 'interstitial emergence', he argues: "Furthermore, not only these modes of organization are important but also the informal spaces that are created in between, in the interstices.
Meme dans les interstices, il y a du G1, de la hierarchie, pas d'interstice absolument libre, mais des zones de liberte.
The model relies on the assessment of the forces occurring in the points of tangency with the shaft in these extreme interstices evidenced in figure 2 and then on application of the general theorems of dynamics in scalar projection on the axes: the mass center motion theorem and the theorem of kinetic moment with respect to the rotation axis.
Elytra moderately convex, oval-elongate, not denticulate at shoulder, more or less widened posteriorly and more or less strongly callose on preapical declivity, more or less diffusedly pubescent or nearly glabrous, usually rather dull; striae generally fine and feebly or not at all crenulate; interstices flat, rarely convex, more or less distinctly punctured; epipleura strong, elongately bristled at least at two basal thirds.
Ligne Roset Interstice low occasional table, above, Xian whale rug, below, and Berkshire boat bookcase, right
Another 60 papers explore such topics as population characteristics of channel catfish in Nebraska's Platte River, the historical use of "willow cats" as bait in the Upper Mississippi River Valley, the selection of interstice size by juvenile flathead catfish, using soap bait to prevent turtle bycatch on trotlines, and interactions between catfish and freshwater mollusks in North America.
Her novels--The Thin Place is number six--have always existed in an interstice between traditional fiction and something quite a bit odder, more primal, almost pagan.
Many of the vital contributions of, and issues faced by, rap and Black Studies seem to have fallen into the silence of this methodological interstice.
Based on his long term work in urban Africa and more recently in Jakarta, Simone reflects strategically on the interstice of effaced and sustained distinctions between the habitable and uninhabitable, particularly in the context of accelerated transformations and obduracies in mega-urban regions of what was considered to be the Global South.
The Interstice is an occasional table with a low boat-shaped outline comprising four surfaces linked together by chrome steel connectors, so you can display key items or store books and papers.
SHAPE UP The Interstice coffee table is an occasional table with a low boat-shaped outline