emulsoid


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emulsoid

 [e-mul´soid]
2. rarely, emulsion.

e·mul·soid

(ē-mŭl'soyd),
A colloidal dispersion in which the dispersed particles are more or less liquid and exert a certain attraction on and absorb a certain quantity of the fluid in which they are suspended.

emulsoid

/emul·soid/ (e-mul´soid)
2. rarely, emulsion.

e·mul·soid

(ē-mŭl'soyd)
A colloidal dispersion in which the dispersed particles are more or less liquid and exert a certain attraction on and absorb a certain quantity of the fluid in which they are suspended.

emulsoid

a colloid system in which the dispersion medium is liquid, usually water, and the disperse phase consists of highly complex organic substances, such as starch or glue, which absorb much water, swell, and become distributed throughout the dispersion medium.