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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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According to the company, COALESCE features its novel proprietary porous PEEK biomaterial and is the second porous PEEK device to receive US FDA clearance behind its COHERE Cervical Interbody Fusion Device.
Chemists show how porous materials, especially porous carbon, might be synthesized in a sustainable manner and used to store and transport energy from renewable sources.
The Earth contains fluid-saturated porous rocks on or below its surface in the form of sandstone and other sediments permeated by groundwater or oil; the diffusion of fluid and readjustment of fluid pressure have been acting as a triggering mechanism for earthquakes.
The fluid flows through porous medium due to a non- linearly porous shrinking surface.
Ahlstrom, a high performance fiber-based materials company, has decided not to make any further investments in Porous Power Technologies, LLC.
There has been a growing interest in developing interconnected porous elastomers, primarily driven by many emerging applications in the biomedical field [1-7].
Designed primarily for porous and semi-porous substrates, the SCP-340 provides superior marks on engineered wood, virgin wood, oriented strand board (OSB), plywood, drywall, brick, paneling, exterior gypsum board, porous fiberboard and cement board.
Simulation of flow in porous media; applications in energy and environment.
Porous concrete is a highly permeable concrete designed to allow water to pass directly through it.
The study of flow through porous medium assumed importance because of the interesting applications in the diverse fields of science, Engineering and Technology.
Histopathologic results revealed limited ingrowth of bone into the porous coated implant, which indicated that a limb prosthesis may provide salvage for long-legged, heavybodied birds with fractures of the tarsometatarsus.