fibrous structure

fibrous structure

[′fī·brəs ′strək·chər]
(materials)
A ropy surface on a fractured material.
(metallurgy)
A lamination on an etched section of a forging.
In wrought iron, a structure consisting of slag fibers embedded in ferrite.
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Jung-Lim at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology recently revealed that it had developed a transistor with a fibrous structure, and which is said to retain a level of functionality after being washed.
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The polarized microscopic structures of the pyrolysis products [beta]-1-P, [beta]-2-P, and [beta]-3-P obtained from [beta] resins show that [beta]-1-P mainly has a coarse fibrous structure, whereas [beta]-2-P and [beta]-3-P have a mosaic structure and fine fibrous structure, respectively.
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Spherical domains which were caused by the liquid-liquid phase separation and radiate fibrous structure were observed for the quenched gels, whereas fractal-like twisted structure was observed for the gels at a cooling rate of 0.4[degrees] C/min.
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However, the areas of the slab showing fibrous structure were bisbeeite.
For instance, the tailored scaffold should not bring about an immune response even as serving as a feasible framework for cellular growth and proliferation absolutely imitating the fibrous structure as well as the intricate functions of a native Extra Cellular Matrix (ECM).