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An interstitial space or interstice is a space between structures or objects.
In particular, interstitial may refer to:
- Interstitial defect, a crystallographic defect, atom(s) outside regular crystal lattice sites
- Interstitial element
- Interstitial compound, a compound formed by small atoms occupying empty space in a metal lattice
Biology & medicine
- Interstitial space, any space between biological structures - often referring to the space between cells, containing interstitial fluid
- Interstitial cell, any cell that lies between other cells
- Interstitial collagenase, enzyme that breaks the peptide bonds in collagen
- Interstitial fluid, a solution that bathes and surrounds the cells of multicellular animals
- Interstitial infusion
- Interstitial keratitis
- Interstitial pregnancy
- Interstitial cell tumor
- Interstitial cystitis
- Interstitial granulomatous dermatitis
- Interstitial lung disease
- Interstitial nephritis
- Interstitial art, any work of art whose basic nature falls between, rather than within, the familiar boundaries of accepted genres or media
- Interstitial space (architecture)
- Interstitial program, short television programming which is often shown between movies or other events
- A synonym for station identification in television broadcasting, typically a static logo
- Interstitial webpage, a web page that is displayed before an expected content page, often to display advertisements, confirm the user's age, or promote the installation of an app on a mobile device
- Interstices, a period of three months required between ordination to the diaconate and to the priesthood in Roman Catholicism
- Empty space (disambiguation)
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