interfibrous

in·ter·fi·brous

(in'tĕr-fī'brŭs),
Between fibers.
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In particular, nanofibrous membranes can be considered advanced systems for separation processes due to their intrinsic properties such as high porosity, small interfibrous pore sizes (ranging from tens of nanometers to several micrometers), interconnected open pore structures, high permeability, large surface area per unit volume, and flexibility in surface functionalities [12, 13].
The shape of the interfacial pores is complicated; hence, the interfibrous pores are considered to be shaped as capillaries.
PRF clots formed with A-PRF centrifugation protocol showed a loose structure with more interfibrous space, and more cells in distal part of fibrin clot (Figure 5).