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suspensoid

[suh-spen-soid] /səˈspɛn sɔɪd/
noun, Physical Chemistry.
1.
a sol having a solid disperse phase.
Compare emulsoid.
Origin of suspensoid
1920-1925
First recorded in 1920-25; suspens(ion) + (coll)oid
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British Dictionary definitions for suspensoid

suspensoid

/səˈspɛnsɔɪd/
noun
1.
(chem) a system consisting of a suspension of solid particles in a liquid
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suspensoid in Medicine

suspensoid sus·pen·soid (sə-spěn'soid')
n.
A colloid solution in which the disperse particles are solid and remain sharply demarcated from the fluid in which they are suspended.

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