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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of interfacial

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of interfacial:
/ɪntɹ̩fejʃəl/

Derived Form of interfacial

adjective
comparitive: more interfacial
superlative: most interfacial
Adjective
1
relating to or situated at an interface
See alsointerface,

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  1. simply call interfacial forces. And, these interfacial forces want
  2. the interfacial forces. And, the interfacial forces are a
  3. mortar, interfacial transitions on particularly on aggregate paste interfacial transition
  4. in at the interfacial transition zone. This interfacial transition zone is formed at the
  5. So you can have high interfacial area with
  6. surfaces, interfacial slip, and droplet electrohydrodynamic deformations.
  7. interfacial layer always will be there.
  8. whereas this interfacial force, as the term implies, interface, the
  9. interfacial force is proportional to the area of contact between the
  10. line, two dimensional interfacial, and three dimensional bulk defects.
  11. again interfacial zone between the steel bar. And the concrete that will be somewhat zone
  12. The emulsifiers reduce the interfacial tension between water and bitumen and they stabilize
  13. Those are interfacial defects.
  14. interfacial defects.
  15. The buoyancy force is the interfacial
  16. interfacial force here.
  17. Interfacial forces dominate.
  18. below a critical value so that these interfacial forces hold
  19. well as some problem dealing with interfacial flows that is flows where interfaces between
  20. two fluids may exist we will learn how to describe interfacial boundary conditions and