Permeant
Permeant Per"me*ant, a. [L. permeans, p. pr.] Passing through; permeating. [R.] --Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster]

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  • permeant — 1640s, from L. permeantem, prp. of permeare (see PERMEABLE (Cf. permeable)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • permeant — [pʉr′mē ənt] adj. that permeates …   English World dictionary

  • permeant — Able to pass through a particular semipermeable membrane. [L. permeabilis (see permeate)] * * * per·me·ant pər mē ənt adj capable of permeating a membrane <a permeant ion> permeant n …   Medical dictionary

  • permeant — /perr mee euhnt/, adj. permeating; pervading. [1640 50; < L permeant (s. of permeans), prp. of permeare to PERMEATE; see ANT] * * * …   Universalium

  • permeant — 1. adjective Able to pass through or into a given semipermeable membrane or polymer a permeant ion species Ant: impermeant 2. noun A substance which is able to pass through or into a membrane or polymer …   Wiktionary

  • permeant — /ˈpɜmiənt/ (say permeeuhnt) adjective permeating; pervading. {Latin permeant , stem of present participle of permeāre} …   Australian English dictionary

  • permeant — per·me·ant …   English syllables

  • permeant — adjective spreading or spread throughout armed with permeative irony...he punctures affectations the pervasive odor of garlic an error is pervasive if it is material to more than one conclusion • Syn: ↑permeating, ↑permeative, ↑pervasive …   Useful english dictionary

  • Resting potential — The relatively static membrane potential of quiescent cells is called the resting membrane potential (or resting voltage), as opposed to the specific dynamic electrochemical phenomena called action potential and graded membrane potential. Apart… …   Wikipedia

  • Membrane potential — Differences in concentration of ions on opposite sides of a cellular membrane lead to a voltage called the membrane potential. Many ions have a concentration gradient across the membrane, including potassium (K+), which is at a high inside and a… …   Wikipedia

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