emulsoidal

emulsoid

[ih-muhl-soid]
noun
Physical Chemistry. a sol having a liquid disperse phase.
Compare suspensoid.


Origin:
1905–10; < Latin ēmuls(us) (see emulsion) + -oid

emulsoidal [ih-muhl-soid-l, ee-muhl-] , adjective
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emulsoid (ɪˈmʌlsɔɪd)
 
n
chem a sol with a liquid disperse phase

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emulsoid e·mul·soid (ĭ-mŭl'soid')
n.
A colloidal dispersion in which the dispersed particles are more or less liquid, exerting an attraction on and absorbing a certain quantity of the fluid in which they are suspended.

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