located or occurring between granules or grains: intergranular corrosion.

1930–35; inter- + granular Unabridged
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All four types have intergranular porosity, and all contain water primarily under unconfined or water-table conditions.
Sample strength can be easily controlled by changing the intergranular cementation.
In addition, hydrogen can be absorbed on intergranular surfaces to enhance electrical conductivity of the diamond film.
Porosity is intergranular, and the hydraulic conductivity of the aquifers is moderate to high.
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