diffusible


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dif·fus·i·ble

(di-fyūz'i-bel),
Capable of diffusing or of being diffused.

diffusible

/dif·fus·ible/ (dĭ-fūz´ĭ-b'l) susceptible of becoming widely spread.

dif·fus·i·ble

(di-fyūz'i-bĕl)
Capable of diffusing.
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Coreweld C6 LF's low diffusible hydrogen level helps avoid hydrogen-induced cold cracking in the welding of high strength steel.
fastidiosa secretes a specific 14-carbon fatty acid and possibly other similar molecules as diffusible signal factors (XfDSF).
Thought to be either a "water nymph" or "the queen of the elves of the air" or "An angel of the liquid fire in the earth's center" (Calvino 19), she is presented as a diffusible entity that can dissolve into the physical world of water, air and fire in a scenario where her permeability suggests the breaking down of the emblematic palisade between the "human" and the external world.
Features: capable of producing weld deposits with impact toughness exceeding 27 J at -40[degrees]C (-40[degrees]F); low diffusible hydrogen levels; ProTech[R] packaging for moisture resistance; and Q2 Lot[R] controlled and tested certificates showing actual deposit chemistry and mechanical properties per lot available online.
Several methodological approaches for the analysis of biological materials have been previously described but none of them reports a suitable method for the analysis of diffusible elements in biological samples.
Carbon dioxide is a highly diffusible gas which can permeate into the bloodstream from the peritoneal cavity (35).
Other topics include the effects of welding conditions on diffusible hydrogen content in deposited metal, evaluation of hydrogen degradation by in situ ultrasonic testing, and modeling of heat flux density distribution for laser beam welding.
Ammonia, which is generated as a by-product of glutaminolysis, has been identified as a diffusible factor that stimulates autophagy.
The Kirby-Bauer disk diffusion method was used as the selection process for probiotic candidates, screening 26 isolates for competitive exclusion or diffusible inhibitory substances against a known, Vibrio sp.
Follis'tatin-like-1 (Fstl1), a diffusible oviduct mesenchymal factor, which promotes formation of ciliated epithelial cells (Yamanouchi et al.
In addition, it has a dense muscarinic receptor population and mediates the release of a diffusible factor that inhibits smooth muscle contraction.
The researchers found that the diffusible fraction of hot-water extract of ABM exhibits anti-tumor activity toward leukemic cells and identified it as agaritine, a hydrazine-containing compound.