colloidal dispersion


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col·loi·dal so·lu·tion

a dispersoid, emulsoid, or suspensoid.

colloidal dispersion

A mixture containing colloid particles that fail to settle out and are held in suspension. They are common in animal and plant tissues; the protoplasm of cells is an example. Particles of colloidal dispersions are too large to pass through cell membranes. Such dispersions usually appear cloudy.
See also: dispersion
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A thermo-mechanical process employed for the preparation of fine colloidal dispersion of crumb rubber from 30 mesh crumb rubber in molten asphalt has been found to be an effective method for the preparation of crumb rubber modified binder with significantly improved high temperature properties.
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A key element in management's strategy is to capitalize on the Company's proprietary bioadhesive colloidal dispersion (BCD) drug delivery systems.
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