microporosity


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microporosity

[¦mī·krō·pə′räs·əd·ē]
(metallurgy)
Extremely fine porosity, visible only with the aid of a microscope.
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1 m, total soil porosity and microporosity were also unaffected by production system in the 0.
The microporosity (Mi) was determined considering [theta] = -6 kPa, and Ma was determined according to the difference between TP and Mi (Dane et al.
In continuation, the synergic influence of sulfuric acid and microporosity of activated charcoal was more studied (entries 4-8).
The soil physical attributes were: doil density (DS), macroporosity (MACRO), microporosity (MICRO) and soil water content.
Acid etching removes the smear layer, demineralised inorganic enamel structure, forms microporosity to get good mechanical retention.
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In this study, the analysis of variance did not show a significant effect of HS dose on the variables total porosity, macroporosity, microporosity, soil density, water retention at 10 kPa and mean weighted diameter of the aggregate (Table 4) at the distances of 0.
Amorphous carbons are also being studied for their diverse applications and their ability to form pores of various sizes, acquiring microporosity (<2nm pores), mesoporosity (2 < x < 50 nm pores), or macroporosity (>50 nm pores).
Following scaffold material injection, microporosity and BMP-2 positively influence bone regeneration in different but complementary ways.
Researchers worked with an existing material known as polymers of intrinsic microporosity, or PIMs, which in a solid state have a series of tiny channels and cavities that can trap passing gases.