Permeability

Permeability,

Definition of Permeability:

  1. The state or quality of a material or membrane that causes it to allow liquids or gases to pass through it.

  2. Property of a material that lets fluids (such as water or water vapor) to diffuse through it to another medium without being chemically or physically affected. Opposite of permeance.

  3. A quantity measuring the influence of a substance on the magnetic flux in the region it occupies.

How to use Permeability in a sentence?

  1. Scientist performed an experiment to find the concentration of lead which could affect the permeability of the brains cell membranes.
  2. The size of hole needed depends on the permeability of the soil.
  3. The coefficient of permeability remains constant during consolidation.
  4. In order to classify the product as waterproof, we have to prove that it has very low permeability especially at shallow depths.
  5. Paper towels should have a low level of permeability , because they have to absorb their mess and hold onto it.

Meaning of Permeability & Permeability Definition