interlamellar


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in·ter·la·mel·lar

(in'tĕr-lă-mel'ăr, -lam'ĕ-lăr),
Between lamellae.

interlamellar

(ĭn″tĕr-lă-mĕl′ăr) [″ + lamella, layer]
Between lamellae.
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Rostral (36-41), lamellar (86-90) and interlamellar (69-77) setae long, setiform, thickened, slightly barbed (correct lengths of setae visible in lateral view; Fig.
A higher rate of crystallization increases the probability that long chains might cross the crystalline phase boundary in the course of cold crystallization [23, 56] and consequently, increase the contribution of interlamellar and intralamellar tie molecules.
Large accumulations of hemocytes were observed in the interlamellar junctions and hemolymph sinuses of plicae and ordinary filaments of the gill.
The new analysis indicates directly the substantial increase in the amount of the oriented amorphous chains in the first and the third regimes in which the elastic expansion of the interlamellar amorphous regions and the drastic increase in the oriented amorphous fraction resulting in strain-induced crystallization in part are described, respectively.
1], our melt-blended membranes show the crystalline peaks at smaller q values, indicating an increase in interlamellar spacing.
The [beta] transition is related to the molecular motions in the disordered interlamellar regions and it is described as a suppressed glass transition.
where n is the order of reflection, [lambda] is the wavelength of radiation, 0 is the angle of diffraction, and d is the interlamellar spacing.
According to Johnson (2), the microvoid morphologies in the finally microporous membrane were a consequence of interlamellar separation.
Depending on the degree of polymer penetration into the clay layers, the latter are delaminated into individual layers, or the clay particles exist as regularly intercalated aggregates with larger interlamellar spacing.
As the temperature is reduced, some chains can crystallize and the entanglement points are excluded from the crystalline domains and become concentrated in the interlamellar amorphous regions.
For the nanocomposites prepared under a nitrogen environment, a shoulder peak was detected in the range of 2[theta] ~3[degrees] indicating that many galleries of the dispersed clay continued to exhibit interlamellar spacing similar to the original organoclay.
In the previous section, it is found that PVPh must reside within PHBHHx spherulites in the blends; however, it is still uncertain whether PVPh mainly reside in the interlamellar region or in the interfibrillar region of PHBHHx spherulites.