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- adj. Of or pertaining to an interface
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Included between two plane surfaces or faces.
- adj. Of or pertaining to an interface.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In geometry, included between two faces: thus, an interfacial angle is formed by the meeting of two planes.
- Pertaining to an interface.
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- adj. relating to or situated at an interface
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From 1980, he became interested in interfacial problems, in particular the dynamics of wetting.
A computer-generated pictorial representation reveals how the surface being tested conforms to the body, the location of interfacial pressure points between the surface and the body, and the relative degree of severity of such pressure points.
The lower grain size is essentially determined by the interfacial tension of the mercury and that of the water as well as the shape of the grain.
Her research interests in electrocatalysis include interfacial electrochemistry, single crystal surfaces, second harmonic generation, and electron transfer reactions.
Here we show that for a large range of fluid parameters, interfacial bubbles can create numerous small bubbles when they rupture, rather than vanishing.
The interfacial bubble ruptures, uncovering a dimple on the water surface.
When a bubble on a liquid-gas or solid-gas interface (referred to herein as an interfacial bubble) ruptures, the general expectation is that the bubble vanishes.
The proline-rich interfacial loop L8-L9 is disordered in
The areas of interest include fluid dynamics, interfacial physics, wetting, physical chemistry and molecular interaction forces.
Thread friction increases with the application of threadlockers due to interfacial connections to the surface roughness of the metal.