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Interpenetrate

A decorative feature, such as a molding, that enters another element, such as a column, and reappears on the other side; it was commonly found in the Gothic Revival style.
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From the aspect of the structure of IRMOF-9, it is composed of two IRMOF-10 frameworks which are catenated together, so it may result in strong interactions with the adsorbate molecules in the interweaving apertures [36], whereas the larger pores constructed by the organic linkers are less energetic, There are two adsorption sites in the interpenetrated apertures: one is near the cup-like a(-COO)3, and the other is near the interpenetrated two Zn4O clusters.
In contrast, methane prefers to occupy the less energetical adsorption site near the interpenetrated two Zn4O clusters.
In the second step, the dried PVA-Ma hydrogels obtained in first step were swelled up to equilibrium in aqueous solution containing NIPAAm/MBAAm monomers in order to obtain PNIPAAm network interpenetrated into PVA-Ma network.
Novel thermo-responsive membranes composed of interpenetrated polymer networks of alginate-Ca2+ and poly(N-isopropylacrylamide).
Young's final assessment of Origen, however sympathetically and generously expressed, nonetheless reinforces the traditional critique of the Alexandrian exegete because she continues to protect Scripture (as did the Antiochenes) from the full implications of a universe interpenetrated by spirit and matter and a gospel that was oral before it was written.
It is safe to assume the existence of a PBA continuous network phase (since it was polymerized in first place) that presents its own [alpha] relaxation nearly at the same temperature in the IPN as in the pure PBA network, and of another phase consisting in dispersed domains or perhaps a co-continuous phase of the second network partially interpenetrated with the PBA network.
In that same process, the grid is photographically inflected by the trace of the wrinkle, while the real and putative transparency of the photograph is both conceptually and physically interpenetrated by its opacity.
When the temperature is over the melting temperature of UHPE crystals, the macromolecules are subjected to thermal diffusion, accompanied by a conversion of the parallel-extended chains to the interpenetrated random coils and a gradual restoration of the entanglements.
The difference between experimental observation and theory prediction may indicate that the initial state of the melt of the nascent UHPE deviates from the prerequisite of Interpenetrated random coils in the molecular dynamics theory.
He moved from rigid rectangles to biomorphic squiggles, flying cigar shapes, shapes that smashed into and interpenetrated one another.
It was assumed that each interdiffusion region was balanced, that is, the adjacent polymers interpenetrated one another equally.