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Synonyms for percolate

Synonyms for percolate

to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

Synonyms for percolate

the product of percolation

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permeate or penetrate gradually

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spread gradually

prepare in a percolator

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cause (a solvent) to pass through a permeable substance in order to extract a soluble constituent

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pass through

gain or regain energy

References in periodicals archive ?
Sahimi, Applications of Percolation Theory, Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, Fla, USA, 1994.
Kirkpatrick, "Percolation and conduction," Reviews of Modern Physics, vol.
Aharony, Introduction To Percolation Theory, Taylor & Francis, London, UK, 2003.
Routing and Data Transmission Method Based on Percolation
We propose a routing method for the M2M network based on six-degree seperation principle, which is referred to as percolation routing.
4.1 Introduction of Percolation based Routing in M2M network with Small-world Properties
To obtain high electrical conductivity, many simple binary composites have a percolation threshold around 15 vol% fillers (11), which would be predicted by classical percolation theory for a random system (12), which may result in poor process-ability, low mechanical properties and high cost (13), (14).
The percolation threshold has already been successfully reduced using multiphase composite systems in which CB has been incorporated into a mixture of immiscible polymers (15-18).
Percolation can be defined as a phase-transition at which a dramatic change occurs at one sharply defined parametric value, as this parameter is continuously changed (32).
Percolation Threshold Observed by Mechanical Spectroscopy
Methods Reported in the Literature for the Determination of the Percolation Threshold.
TABLE 1 Methods employed in the literature for the determination of the percolation threshold by mechanical spectroscopy.