microporous


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microporous

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˈpɔːrəs)
adj
containing or characterized by micropores
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Tenders are invited for Purchase of absorbable powder microporous
Shojaei-Zadeh and Fechtmann fabricated microporous, open-cell foam of a hierarchical structure from a mixture of a foamable liquid polymer such as silicone rubber, a curing agent, a blowing agent and a filler.
It measures the true thickness, weight, and derived density of voided, microporous, or breathable films.
Among the topics are conjugated polymers for organic electronics; functional ionic liquid electrolytes in lithium-ion batteries; the supercritical adsorption of hydrogen on microporous adsorbents; and microfluidics for synthesis and biological functional materials from device fabrication to applications.
com) for TESLIN substrate, a durable synthetic paper that, because of its microporous structure, offers a combination of performance benefits that cannot be replicated by other printable plastics, the company stated
The upright cup test is used to test microporous hydrophobic coatings and laminates and measures water or perspiration vapor transmission.
mainly focused on Polypore's consummated acquisition of Microporous L.
The company's patented microporous fabric is composed of a thin yet strong layer of breathable film enclosed in layers of soft, nonwoven fabric.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 1, 2013--Seven Mile Capital Partners to acquire Microporous Products(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
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30 September 2013 a[euro]" US private equity firm Seven Mile Capital Partners on Monday said its affiliate Seven Mile Capital Partners II LP had agreed to buy battery separators maker Microporous Products from filtration company Polypore International Inc (NYSE:PPO) for USD120m (EUR88.
of Athens, Greece) focus primarily on diffusion in microporous solids such as zeolites.