Definition of Interpenetration

1. Noun. The action of penetrating between or among.

Generic synonyms: Incursion, Penetration
Derivative terms: Interpenetrate



2. Noun. Mutual penetration; diffusion of each through the other.
Exact synonyms: Permeation
Generic synonyms: Penetration
Derivative terms: Interpenetrate, Permeate, Permeate

Definition of Interpenetration

1. n. The act of penetrating between or within other substances; mutual penetration.

Definition of Interpenetration

1. Noun. The act of penetrating between or within other substances; mutual penetration. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interpenetration

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Literary usage of Interpenetration

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1. Descriptive Mineralogy by William Shirley Bayley (1917)
"Chabazite interpenetration Twin, with c the Twinning Axis and oR(ooo1) the Twinning ... interpenetration twin about oR(ooo1). has nearly equal a and c axes. ..."

2. Practical Geometry & Graphics: A Text-book for Students in Technical and by Edward L. Bates, Frederick Charlesworth (1912)
"interpenetration OF SOLIDS. 574. IF two solids are so placed that one falls in part within the other, the intersection of the two surfaces depends on the ..."

3. The Non-religion of the Future: A Sociological Study by Jean-Marie Guyau (1897)
"... their possible fusion in a superior consciousness—Contemporary psychology and the religious notion of the interpenetration of souls—Possible evolution ..."

4. A Text-book of Engineering Drawing and Design: Including Practical Geometry by Sidney Herbert Wells (1905)
"interpenetration AND DEVELOPMENTS OP SURFACES AND SOLIDS—SECTIONS OF SPECIAL ... The line of interpenetration is evidently shown in plan by the circle 1, 7, ..."

5. Modern French Legal Philosophy by Alfred Fouillée, Alfred Jules Emile Fouillee (1916)
"We must try, then, to "maintain and to promote this interpenetration as far as possible." We must at the same time contribute to the establishment and ..."

6. The Determination of Rock-forming Minerals by Eugen Hussak (1893)
"interpenetration of the Rock-constituents. ... serves as one of the best- known examples of a regular interpenetration of two rock- constituents. ..."

7. A Treatise on the Sun's Radiation and Other Solar Phenomena: In Continuation by Frank Hagar Bigelow (1918)
"interpenetration of the Orbits of the Electrons in the Atoms During Collisions. ... The interpenetration of the Electron Orbits at the Contact of Collision ..."

8. The Challenge of the Future: A Study in American Foreign Policy by Roland Greene Usher (1916)
"As a result of this economic complexity, of this interpenetration of the economic fabric of each nation by that of all other nations, ..."

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