black membrane

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A membrane formed from either natural or artificial phospholipids, which has holes small enough to force the membrane—which would otherwise spontaneously form rounded liposomes—to remain flat
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black membrane

An artificially constructed membrane made of lipids arranged in a bilayer.
See also: membrane
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