Pore - Physical Sciences

Physical Sciences

  • One of many small openings in a solid substance of any kind that contribute to the substance's porosity (typical usage in earth sciences, materials science and construction)
  • A small defect in the crystal structure that may arise during sintering to form solids from powders, including ceramics

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