Substrate may refer to:

  • Substrate (building), Natural stone, masonry surface, ceramic and porcelain tiles
  • Substrate (aquarium), the material used in the bottom of an aquarium
  • Substrate (vivarium), the material used in the bottom of a vivarium or terrarium
  • Substrate (biochemistry), a molecule that is acted upon by an enzyme
  • Substrate (materials science), the material on which a process is conducted
  • Substrate (biology), the natural environment in which an organism lives, or the surface or medium on which an organism grows or is attached
  • Substrate (chemistry), the reactant which is consumed during a catalytic or enzymatic reaction
  • Substrate (marine biology), the earthy material that exists in the bottom of a marine habitat, like dirt, rocks, sand, or gravel
  • Substrate (printing), the base material that images will be printed onto
  • The stratum on which another geologic stratum lies

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Other articles related to "substrate, substrates":

Substrate - Other Uses
... that influences but is supplanted by a second language Neural substrate, in neuroscience, the set of brain structures that underlies a specific behavior or psychological state ...
Stencil Lithography - Processes - Etching
... is based on ionized, accelerated particles that etch both chemically and physically the substrate ... The stencil in this case is used as a hard mask, protecting the covered regions of the substrate, while allowing the substrate under the stencil apertures to be etched ...
Substrate Analog
... Substrate analogs (substrate state analogues), are chemical compounds with a chemical structure that resemble the substrate molecule in an enzyme-catalyzed chemical reaction ...
Substrate Channeling
... Substrate channeling is the passing of the intermediary metabolic product of one enzyme directly to another enzyme or active site without its release into solution ... enzymes of a metabolic pathway channel substrates between themselves, this is called a metabolon ... which occurs in the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex, is by a substrate being attached to a flexible arm that moves between several active sites ...
Stencil Lithography - Challenges
... During deposition through the stencil, material is deposited not only on the substrate through the apertures but also on the stencil backside ... of the pattern transfer from the stencil to the substrate depends on many parameters ... The material diffusion on the substrate (as a function of temperature, material type, evaporation angle) and the geometrical setup of the evaporation are the main factors ...