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penetrability

 [pen″ĕ-trah-bil´ĭ-te]
the ability of x-rays to penetrate matter.

penetrability (pen´ətrəbil´itē),

n the ability of an x-ray beam to pass through matter. The degree of penetrability is determined by kilovoltage and filtration.
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Under the situation of greater depth of penetrability, the bonding between the particles would be weaker due to nonavailability of the adequate resin on the surface and thus, affected significantly the cohesive strength of the resulting composites.
The comparison of packet get rate of penetrability test Obstacle Packet/per (hour) Packet get rate No wall 58/60 96.
In pigs, high sperm concentration and POEC increase oocyte penetrability and decrease monospermy rates when sperm pre-culture with POEC is limited to 2 hr; the presence of POEC during IVF increased the rate of monospermy.
The first section deals with the concept of "engagement" and wholesome habitation; the second addresses issues of occupiability penetrability, legibility, sociability, and possessability, which he calls "affordances" based on the concept developed by psychologist James J.
leaf litter versus mineral soil), which can differ in the protection they afford to seeds and their penetrability by emerging seedlings.
The 3D TV trial in Singapore and the roll-out of super high-speed fibre-optical broadband networks around the world are events that will further augment the penetrability of 3D TV.
It is notable that the total flavonoid fraction included by hydroxypropyl-[beta]-cyclodextrin showed antitumor activity at a lower dose of the target drug than when dissolved by CMC-Na, possibly due to the better function of hydroxypropyl-[beta]-cyclodextrin as an inclusion compound and the better penetrability of the target drug in the mouse (Tu et al.
This is probably due to the decreased molecular weight and viscosity of the acid, causing a greater penetrability into the dentine.
Thus God's revelation of himself and of what he has decreed is qualified by its supernatural character, credibility, and penetrability by intellectual investigation of its meaning.
An assessment of root growth and plant nutrient uptake is recommended in future experiments to assess nutrient use efficiency and increased soil penetrability in response to addition of subsoil amendments.
The objectives of this study were thus to examine the penetrability of biapenem into PF and to assess the peritoneal pharmacodynamics against gram-negative bacteria, the most common pathogens in intra-abdominal infections.