penetrability


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penetrability

 [pen″ĕ-trah-bil´ĭ-te]
the ability of x-rays to penetrate matter.
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As we can see, the addition of the different components to the precursor media slightly augments its viscosity, keeping the material penetrability into the stone.
Compressive Strength, Water Permeability, Chloride Ion Penetrability, and Porosity Tests.
The most important condition that must satisfy the MSG is its penetrability on the granular matrix of concrete.
Subsequently, the images were transferred to Image J (National Institute of Health, USA) and analysed twice, relative to sealer penetrability into the dentinal tubules.
The replacement of cement with fly ash (5% respectively 10%) generally decreases the Chloride Ion Penetrability although the obtained results did not show clear tendencies.
But when the speaker confronts the reality of death, announced in an uncharacteristically stark line ("Eugene died"), the body's penetrability becomes consequential: "I pricked the fingers / of many strangers, / took a head count of their blood." Emergency Brake thinks through this link between penetrability and mortality.
For a given w/cm, increasing CM content resulted in similar compressive strengths, but increased chloride penetrability, increased initial sorptivity and greater length change due to drying shrinkage.
It has been found that, transvaginal sonography is more effective in displaying far-field images because of its low frequency and good penetrability of probe, 18 while transabdominal sonography has more advantages in diagnosing ectopic gestation with highly distributed, ruptured or large masses.
The neutron transport calculation in the energy region between 20 and 100 MeV is the most crucial problem for accelerator shielding designs, because high energy neutrons have strong penetrability. The spatial differencing schemes are very important to accurately simulate neutron transport.
The higher penetrability of IOLM 700 might be caused by the difference in the light source and scanning pattern [3].
The salinity of fracturing fluids is typically lower than that of a formation to decrease liquid friction and to thus improve the penetrability and volume fracturing.