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in·ter·phase

 (ĭn′tər-fāz′)
n.
The stage of a cell between two successive mitotic or meiotic divisions.

in′ter·phase′ v.

interphase

(ˈɪntəˌfeɪz)
n
(Biology) biology the period between two successive divisions of a cell

in•ter•phase

(ˈɪn tərˌfeɪz)

n.
the period of the cell cycle during which the nucleus is not undergoing division.
[1920–25]

in·ter·phase

(ĭn′tər-fāz′)
The stage of a cell immediately following the completion of cell division (mitosis), during which complete development of the daughter cells takes place.
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Interfaces and interphases in multicomponent materials: past, present, future, European Polymer Journal, Vol.
Compared to other materials ceramics are mostly at the development stage, so the collection includes leading-edge information on such topics as fibers for ceramic matrix composites, textual reinforcement structures, interfaces and interphases, carbon applications, melt-infiltration processes, chemical vapor infiltration processes for CMCs, oxide composites with fiber coatings, CMCs with porous matrices, micro- structural modeling and thermal mechanical properties, nondestructive testing techniques, machining, integration technologies, and applications in aerospace, aeronautics and nuclear power.
By this I mean the 'polish' hasn't been liberally applied, leading to ropey graphics and dodgy interphases.
(14) However, the limitations of all adhesion test methods should be recognized as the strength of several interphases is tested simultaneously.
Key words: adhesion; interfacial adhesion; interphases; silanes; silanization; silsesquioxanes.
With the introduction of Si69 into rubber technology, and especially with the performance jump realized with the "green tire," it became evident that better filler dispersion opened the door to the creation of larger polymer-filler interphases. What's more, the coupling of the polymer - preferentially solution SBR - onto the filler surface reduces chain slippage and therefore hysteric processes.
Is it dangerous, electrically, to allow two separate electrical interphases to plug in using the same cable?
The broadening of the glass transition range is explained by the existence of the restricted-mobility molecules, in the polymerparticle and crystal-amorphous interphases. Furthermore, the rigid fraction of the amorphous phase has no noticeable contribution to the energy dissipation through the cooperative conformational motion which takes place at the glass transition temperature.
(8), (9) The method is capable of exposing layers and bonding interphases between layers with high precision.
The InterPhases conference was held in Nicosia, Cyprus during May 2006 as an opportunity for linguists to discuss their work on all kinds of interface-related issues pertaining to current, generative syntactic theory.
This text on the materials science of powders and fibers is presented, as the editors (both of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Institut de Chimie des Surfaces et Interfaces, France) note in their preface, for the purposes of presenting modern methods for their surface characterization; describing important applications; and discussing the formation and role of solid-gas, solid-liquid, and solid-polymer interfaces and interphases in relation to the performance of powder and fiber materials.
The TEM analysis allows one to determine the overall morphology of the particles, however, information about internal structures and interfaces or interphases are not accessible by microscopic measurements.

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