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colloidal dispersion

[kə′lȯid·əl dis′pər·zhən]
(chemistry)
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Concentration of binary liquid containing colloidal dispersion of nanoparticles is characterized with density measurement technique.
(52.) Xu, P, Mujumdar, AS, Yu, B, "Drying-Induced Cracks in Thin Film Fabricated from Colloidal Dispersions." Dry.
In the same period, other lipid-associated Arab drugs were registered in Italy for the treatment of fungal infections, i.e., AmB colloidal dispersion (ABCD) and AmB lipid complex (ABLC).
A colloidal dispersion is a two-phase system in which one phase--the disperse phase--is dispersed in a second, continuous phase--the dispersion medium--explains Tadros, and either of these phases can be solid, liquid, or gas, so there are many possible combinations.
Omnova Solutions has launched Pliotec SA60 colloidal dispersion, which is fortified with a water-based epoxy to form a 2K coating system.
The examination of a colloidal dispersion (Figure 4) during and after solvent evaporation allows the observation of iridescence in different areas of the visible spectrum due to diffraction of the light in accordance with Bragg's law [31].
The stability of colloidal dispersion is controlled by steric or electrostatic repulsion forces between particles.
This colloidal dispersion has proven to provide superior release performance and durability, according to the company.
Carefully controlling the conditions will halt the growth of particles without transforming into precipitation while producing and maintaining a colloidal dispersion.
Research at the University of Leeds (UK) on food industry applications for Malvern's Ultrasizer system is proving successful, with work now advancing in understanding the colloidal dispersion of milk, and in using the Ultrasizer as a 'fingerprinting' system to detect adulteration of foodstuffs.
During film formation of a waterborne coating, the aqueous colloidal dispersion of monomer droplets ("resin particles" in the coatings literature) transforms into a continuous and homogeneous cured film.
A colloidal dispersion, which is fortified with a water-based epoxy to form a two-component coating system, has been introduced by OMNOVA Solutions.