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micropore

[′mī·krə‚pȯr]
(chemistry)
A pore in a catalytic material whose diameter is less than 2 nanometers.
(geology)
A pore small enough to hold water against the pull of gravity and to retard water flow.
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Microporous PU films can also be used directly in laminates themselves, as can polyester films.
Microporous currently operates two plants, one in Piney Flats, TN and one in Feistritz, Austria.
Although initially focused on nickel and copper, the team realized that microporous titanium would allow bone cells to grow into the spaces of the implant, resulting in a stronger bond.
Cellulose Acetate (CA) was one of the first polymeric microporous membranes to be used for processing pharmaceuticals.
The inkjet paper industry recognizes the value of microporous paper coating systems for use with dye and pigment-based ink systems alike.
Aerodisp benefits are said to include production of glossy, microporous coatings, improved scratch resistance, clarity and hardness, improved mechanical properties such as tensile strength and elasticity in latex systems, imparting of anti-slip properties, and more.
launched a contactless bubble-calibration cage (shown below) with curved calibration "shoes" coated with a microporous ceramic.
Morganite Melting System Element Panels, Wiring Schematic, all backup insulation (including high efficiency microporous insulation), connectors and cabling.
Samples are pipetted into a plastic well, the bottom of which is a microporous membrane (Sebia) that leads to a straight edge.
Our new OptiJet paper combines the archivability of polymeric paper with the ease of use associated with microporous paper," says Tom Zohn, inkjet director of growth for Ferrania.
One of the most promising substrates for PPy composites seems to be microporous polyethylene (PE), as it has good mechanical properties and high chemical resistivity to aggressive media.