use permeable in a sentence.
I think for 'breathable' they meant 'porous' or permeable, otherwise it makes no sense.
Not to mention the tube is steel, which isn't traditionally light-permeable.
Eventually natural selection will take over and the ones that figure out that glass isn't bird-permeable.
Summary: infuse brain with hydrogel monomers, polymerize to form permeable polymer matrix, remove lipids with vigorous electrophoresis, bingo, transparent brain.
It looks like the bottle is sealed with cork, which is permeable to both air and moisture.
Surface uses giant infrared cameras and a projector for display (the medium has to be permeable to IR, so traditional screens don't work).
Anyone know what would make a good salt bridge that's semi permeable to na/cl (or how to treat the polystyrene)?
You may consider the gas permeable hard contacts that you wear when you sleep, and remove them when you wake up.
Reverse osmosis takes more energy the more polluted the source is, because osmotic pressure increases based on the relative concentrations on either side of the semi permeable membrane.
IIRC you stick an anode and kathode into the urine, separated by a semi-permeable membrane.
They've tried to make the paywall as permeable as possible.
While an egg or cocoon might be airtight, it must also still remain air permeable.