A tube or vessel, extremely fine or minute.
Fine, hairlike tube having a very small opening.
The aggregate which is composed of tiny, thin, straight, long crystal strands; hairlike. Example: Millerite.
a column or tube with an inner diameter of 0.5 mm.
A tube or fine bore, attraction or repulsion between a liquid.
a. (L. capillaris, from capillus, hair, from caput, head) resembling hair in the manner of growth; very slender, threadlike.
Very slender or hairlike.
A narrow bore glass tube. Capillary column gas chromatography employs glass tubes having an inside diameter of approximately .2 to .5 millimetres and a length of 3 to 300 metres. The walls of a capillary column are coated with an adsorbent medium (a liquid phase in which the sample dissolves).
a tube of small internal diameter; holds liquid by capillary action
of or relating to hair
long and slender with a very small internal diameter; "a capillary tube"
1. Relating to or resembling a hair : find and slender. 2. Having a small internal diameter, as a tube. 3. In, of, or relating to the capillaries. 4. Physics. Of or relating to capillarity.
Small tube for low flow rate. Typical internal diameter from 20 m to 100 m, external diameter from 200
a tube with an internal diameter of hair like thickness
very fine, most extended cavity, particularly used for test tubes with small inner diameters
An aggregate of crystals of capillary habit resembles an intricate network of tubules. Capillary crystals appear long, slender, and fine, like delicate hairs. The term 'capillary' is derived from the Latin word capillus, 'hair.'
Hairlike, slender and thread-like.
of hairs etc., very slender.
Tubule or pore with a very small internal diameter.
1. Having a very small internal diameter. 2. A tube with a very small diameter.