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Synonyms for disperse

Synonyms for disperse

to cause to separate and go in various directions

to pass (something) out

to disappear by or as if by rising

Synonyms for disperse

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Most of the companies are engaged in developing new and improved products to meet the rising demand from end-user industries so as to increase their dispersing agents business.
Companies that produce or plan to produce dispersing agents in the near future opt for new product developments by undertaking increased investments in R&D activities.
Major use is in incorporating and dispersing pigments and fillers into plastics and rubber materials.
With this TDS (Transporting and Dispersing System), powders can be wetted and dispersed with a quality that could only previously be achieved in very large processing systems.
The previous discussion concentrated on the dispersing and stabilising effects of various organic materials, but there is another possible explanation for the association of various organic materials with various clay fractions.
The role of animals in dispersing "wind-dispersed" pine.
By dispersing its seeds, a parent plant actually helps its offspring get a good start in life.
Premier Mill is a well-known brand of grinding and dispersing equipment.
A new type of dispersing additive from Evoniks Resource Efficiency Segment has been specially developed for low polarity ink systems with a special focus on ceramic inks.
French company Protex International has introduced Synthro-Pon S 596 and S 602, new polymeric wetting and dispersing agents for pigments in high quality solventborne coatings.
Rohm and Haas has introduced two high-efficiency dispersing resins products for organic pigments in aqueous media.
The dispersing of pigment involves three steps: wetting, deagglomeration, and stabilization.
The formulation shown in table I could easily be expanded to include many more items if the mixture requires dispersing agents, silane primers, propellants, flame resistant components or haptic and olfactory enhancers.