noun, Chemistry, Metallurgy.
a uniform foamlike metal structure produced when hydrogen bubbles are evolved from metal hydrides uniformly dispersed throughout a host metal or metal alloy: used as a structural material because of its shock-absorbing properties and light weight.
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[fohm] /foʊm/ noun 1. a collection of minute bubbles formed on the surface of a liquid by agitation, fermentation, etc.: foam on a glass of beer. 2. the froth of perspiration, caused by great exertion, formed on the skin of a horse or other animal. 3. froth formed from saliva in the mouth, as in […]
[fohm-flou-er] /ˈfoʊmˌflaʊ ər/ noun 1. a North American plant, Tiarella cordifolia, having a cluster of small, usually white . /ˈfəʊmˌflaʊə/ noun 1. a perennial saxifragaceous plant, Tiarella cordifolia, of North America and Asia, having spring-blooming white flowers
noun 1. cellular glass made by fusing powdered glass with carbon particles or other gas-generating material, used chiefly for industrial purposes.