heterodisperse

het·er·o·dis·perse

(het'ĕr-ō-dis-pers'),
Of varying size; describing aerosols with particles that are not sized uniformly.

het·er·o·dis·perse

(het'ĕr-ō-dis-pers')
Of varying size.
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Its superior kinetic behavior results in faster uptake of ions and better capacity utilization compared to heterodisperse ion exchange resins.
For example, depending on the process, heterodisperse ion exchange resins can be replaced by monodisperse grades from the Lewatit MonoPlus family.
High levels of heterodisperse RNAs accumulate in T cells infected with human immunodeficiency virus and in normal thymocytes.
Its superior kinetic behavior results in the faster uptake of ions and better capacity utilization compared to ion exchange resins with a heterodisperse particle size distribution.