microporous


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microporous

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˈpɔːrəs)
adj
containing or characterized by micropores
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On the basis of product type, the India pipeline thermal insulation materials market is segmented as a calcium silicate, ceramic fibre, cellular glass, glass mineral wool, rock mineral wool, polyurethane foam, microporous insulation, aerogel and others.
Another report suggests that the phone could be powered by the Snapdragon 710 SoC and feature a92.6% "microporous drop screen."
They are made of microporous PTFE cable dielectric and feature triple-shielded outer conductors, 2.92-mm male connectors, and finger-grip coupling nuts.
Thin microporous bodies, such as nonwovens, papers or microporous films are used for the separator.
Effective delivery of siRNA via stent could be achieved, if the stent-covering polymer films were microporous with a larger surface area, allowing attachment of more siRNA-cationic polyelectrolyte complexes onto the stent-covering.
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.
Recently, a new class of microporous materials: metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have emerged as tremendous potential materials for adsorption [1-3] and separation [4-6].
Polypore's Separations Media business is a provider of microporous membranes and modules for filtration in the life sciences, industrial and specialty segments with trailing 12-month sales of USD 210m as of 27 September 2014.
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.
PPG Industries has launched a new website (www.teslin.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