hydrosol

hydrosol

[hahy-druh-sawl, -sol]
noun Physical Chemistry.
a colloidal suspension in water.

Origin:
1860–65; hydro-1 + sol(ution)

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hydrosol (ˈhaɪdrəˌsɒl)
 
n
chem a sol that has water as its liquid phase

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hydrosol hy·dro·sol (hī'drə-sôl', -sōl')
n.
A colloid with water as the dispersing medium.

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