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Synonyms for pore

Synonyms for pore

any tiny hole admitting passage of a liquid (fluid or gas)

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any small opening in the skin or outer surface of an animal

a minute epidermal pore in a leaf or stem through which gases and water vapor can pass

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Using computational modeling techniques, Zhou and Ioannidou calculated how water distributes within a pore and then determined the force it exerted on the pore wall.
Figure 2 presents the optical behaviors of the PPy:PSS composites synthesized using various pore sizes of 0.2, 0.45, 0.8, and 1.0 [micro]m.
Fractal Description of Coal and Rock Pore Structures
The dark zones are the pore channels, and the light zones are the pore walls.
Unlike SEM techniques, MIP and NMR are both indirect approaches of pore structure characterization which can provide quantitative and more comprehensive pore information including pore distribution, porosity, and permeability.
The container is equipped by pore pressure transducer, which was installed on the container side at 30 m height from the bottom of container.
For these calculations, pore models are constructed from supercell structures of bulk crystalline silicon carbide polytypes, 3C-SiC and 2H-SiC.
Beneath each pore lies a sebaceous gland that produces sebum which is essential to keep the skin moisturised.
International Resource News-March 8, 2016--Addax Petroleum acquires Paradigm Pore Pressure Prediction module
First, the aggregates of the two agricultural systems developed different pore characteristics.
The pore scale is important in geochemistry because it accounts for the pore architecture within which diverse processes as multi-mineral reaction networks, microbial community interaction, and transport play out, giving rise to new geochemical behavior that might not be understood or predicted by considering smaller or larger scales alone.