disperse system


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disperse system

[də′spərs ‚sis·təm]
(chemistry)
A two-phase system consisting of a dispersion medium and a disperse phase.
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Several models were developed to describe the coalescence process in disperse systems [19-22].
Many materials used today are disperse systems where one substance, often a particulate, is dispersed in another phase.
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