Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A structure, such as a film or membrane, consisting of two molecular layers.

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  • noun Any structure consisting of two layers of molecules

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Examples

  • When you put two layers of graphene together, we call that a bilayer system, and that, in itself, is completely different again, physical and electrical, from the single layer, and completely different from many stacks of graphene for graphite.

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  • When you put two layers of graphene together, we call that a bilayer system, and that, in itself, is completely different again, physical and electrical, from the single layer, and completely different from many stacks of graphene for graphite.

    Graphene: A Sandbox For Physicists, 1 Atom Thick

  • When you put two layers of graphene together, we call that a bilayer system, and that, in itself, is completely different again, physical and electrical, from the single layer, and completely different from many stacks of graphene for graphite.

    Graphene: A Sandbox For Physicists, 1 Atom Thick

  • The flexible plastic bilayer pulled away from his skin cleanly.

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  • When you put two layers of graphene together, we call that a bilayer system, and that, in itself, is completely different again, physical and electrical, from the single layer, and completely different from many stacks of graphene for graphite.

    Graphene: A Sandbox For Physicists, 1 Atom Thick

  • When you put two layers of graphene together, we call that a bilayer system, and that, in itself, is completely different again, physical and electrical, from the single layer, and completely different from many stacks of graphene for graphite.

    Graphene: A Sandbox For Physicists, 1 Atom Thick

  • When you put two layers of graphene together, we call that a bilayer system, and that, in itself, is completely different again, physical and electrical, from the single layer, and completely different from many stacks of graphene for graphite.

    Graphene: A Sandbox For Physicists, 1 Atom Thick

  • Carol Johnson took the podium of a lecture hall one recent morning to walk 79 students enrolled in an introductory biology course through diffusion, osmosis and the phospholipid bilayer of cell membranes.

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  • This structure allows astaxanthin to penetrate the bilayer of the cell membrane, protecting both the lipid center layer and the water-loving outer layers.

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  • The flexible plastic bilayer pulled away from his skin cleanly.

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