dispersoid


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dis·per·soid

(dis-pĕr'soyd),
A colloidal solution in which the dispersed phase can be concentrated by centrifugation.

dispersoid

(dĭs-pĕr′soyd)
A colloid with very finely divided particles.
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3] dispersoids was analysed by gas chromatographic measurements in [12].
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