Sentence Examples


  • The effect is even perceptible at a temperature as low as 220° C. Hydrogen, and, in a much less degree, oxygen and nitrogen, will also permeate silica, but only at higher temperatures.
  • Travers has suggested that it may explain the liberation of helium from minerals by heat, the gas being enabled to permeate the siliceous materials in which it is enclosed.
  • It might suffice to single out the influence of Auguste Comte, as the last great thinker who wrote before Darwinism began to permeate philosophic speculation.
  • Everywhere permeate the sponge-substance, and microscopic examination
  • Wet snow avalanches During periods of warm weather, water from melting surface snow can permeate through the snowpack to a weak layer.

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