fluidlike

fluidlike

(ˈfluːɪdˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling fluid
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Before the TSE crosslinks, and heat is applied to the process, the material can be considered fluidlike. Envision the pot and piston above the mold as a hydraulic cylinder.
These fast-warping edges, he said, underscore the newfound, fluidlike nature of the rings.
The central portion of the mass was heterogeneous, with high-density areas (40 to 50 HU) surrounded by low-density fluidlike areas (15 to 20 HU).
Today's cell membranes are made of long, oily, lipid molecules that form into pliant fluidlike films surrounding a cell's biomolecular machinery.
Eruptions at Mauna Loa are famous for their "curtains of fire" --fountains of extremely fluidlike lava.
A neutron star's gravity is so strong that it squeezes protons and electrons into a fluidlike core of neutrons inside a solid crust.
The fluidlike material did not contain any refractile or crystalline material and showed only scattered foam cells with no accompanying inflammatory infiltrate.
Following a directive from then- President Clinton, DARPA is developing the fluidlike minefield plan and other technologies to "obviate the need antipersonnel mine" and clear the way for U.S.
Based on our initial screening evaluation, intraluminal secretions were noted as being inspissated, dense, platelike; fluidlike; or having a crystalloid-like morphology.
Seminal vesicle intraluminal secretions had the following morphologic features: 49 (61%) of the 81 cases with secretions showed predominantly dense, eosinophilic, platelike, inspissated secretions; 12 (15%) had predominantly fluidlike eosinophilic to slightly basophilic secretions, often filling the entire lumen; and 20 (24%) showed varying amounts of intraluminal crystalloids (Table 1).
Their intense gravity squeezes protons and electrons into a fluidlike core of neutrons, encased by a solid crust.