dispersion medium


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(of colloids) a substance in which another is colloidally dispersed

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Where nap, n, K, ^ and H are the apparent viscosity, actual viscosity, double layer thickness and factor depending upon the nature of dispersion medium and its conductance and H is given below.
The results, though, indicate that acetone is a suitable clay dispersion medium for the PU matrix, whereas ethyl alcohol is better for the acrylic resin.
The employed dispersion medium in this case was acetone.
6-9) The size of the particles and the contrast provided by the electron density difference between latex particles and dispersion medium make small-angle scattering techniques ideal for the structural analysis.
Colloids may be divided into two major classes: the type that readily goes into solution is called a lyophilic (solvent-loving) colloid (hydrophilic if the dispersion medium is water), and the type prepared from sparingly soluble substances is called a lyophobic (solvent-hating, hydrophobic in the case of water) colloid.
Metallic sols have especially bright color, owing to the great difference in densities and, consequently, in the refraction indices of the dispersed phase and the dispersion medium.
The surfactant molecules are colloidal particles which are in constant Brownian motion in dispersion medium.
The suspensions were prepared by dispersing the known amounts of glass beads in a dispersion medium at room temperature with the help of a stirrer.
Among the attributes are that the dispersion medium separates immediately on deposition.
The ease of dispersion of these fillers reverses when non-polar rubber is the dispersion medium.
A mixture of chloroform and 2 -butanol was used as dispersion medium for the first time.
3] particles is swollen in water, the dispersion medium used for the SALD-2001 type particle size analyzer.
The hydrophilic portion of each polymer chain extends into the dispersion medium, creating a steric barrier to flocculation.
For this purpose, they used a dispersion medium comprised of dimethylsulfoxide and ethanol.