lapisan permukaan lentur, tipis, dan terkadang transparan.
Membrane most commonly means a thin, selective barrier, but it is sometimes used for films that function as separators, like biological membranes. Membrane may also refer to:
- Biological membrane, including:
- Amnion, a membrane in the amniotic sac
- Basement membrane, a thin sheet of fibers that underlies the epithelium
- Cell membrane, a membrane that separates the interior of all cells from the outside environment
- Chorioallantoic membrane, a vascular membrane found in eggs of birds, reptiles and other animals
- Fetal membrane, the amnion and chorion which surround and protect a developing fetus
- Inner membrane, the biological membrane of an organelle or Gram-negative bacteria that is within an outer membrane
- Mucous membrane, linings of mostly endodermal origin which are involved in absorption and secretion
- Outer membrane (disambiguation), several meanings
- Serous membrane, a smooth membrane consisting of a thin layer of cells, which secrete serous fluid
- Eardrum, more formally known as tympanic membrane
- Acoustic membrane, a thin vibrating layer that produces sound
- Membranophone, a musical instrument that uses this principle, including most drums
- Membrane keyboard, a computer keyboard whose keys are pressure pads that have only outlines and symbols printed on a flat, flexible surface
- Membrane structure, a sort of spatial structure made of tensioned membranes
- Membrane (M-Theory), a spatially extended mathematical concept that appears in string theory and related theories
- Synthetic membrane, a synthetically created membrane which is usually intended for separation purposes in laboratory or in industry
- The Membranes, a punk band
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