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porous

Biology Geology having pores; poriferous

porous

[′pȯr·əs]
(materials)
Filled with pores.
Capable of absorbing liquids.
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Kyle Swanson, M.D., of Hutchinson Area Health Care in Mankato, Minn., and James Duke, M.D., of Ocala Health in Ocala, Fla., performed the first cases using Truliant Porous.
Onkos is developing the next generation of 3D-printed implants with novel porous structures to facilitate hard and soft tissue attachment.
[ClickPress, Tue Mar 05 2019] On the back of superlative adsorption capabilities, the adoption of inorganic nano porous adsorbents is on a persistent rise.
Architects, urban designers, economists, and scholars of literature explore how they and others use the concept of a porous city, which first emerged in Mediterranean Europe, both in the design and in the characterization of cities, districts, and neighborhoods.
NuVasive announced the results of the study "Impaction durability of Porous PEEK and titanium-coated PEEK interbody fusion devices," published online in The Spine Journal, which concluded advantages of the NuVasive Porous PEEK material over titanium-coated PEEK devices.
Porous media has two specifications: First its dissipation area is greater than the conventional fins that enhance heat convection.
Porous ceramics are widely used as carriers for catalysts, in sound absorption and insulation, heat preservation, filtering and separation, feedback sensors, and general biology [1].
Breath figure (BF) has attracted great attention to prepare patterned ordered porous polymer films because of its facile, economical, time saving, and convenient implementation [13].
Therefore, to ensure the stability of road traffic conditions in cold regions under heavy showers, porous concrete can be used as a pavement base material [20-22].
In particular, porous electrospun nanofibers have been proposed to enhance the performance with higher absorbance capacity and separation efficiency [10].
With the small sized silicon materials suitable for these applications, two distinct structures are porous silicon, and silicon nanocrystals which are also called quantum dots.