[ uhl-truh-fil-ter ]
/ ˌʌl trəˈfɪl tər /
Physical Chemistry. a filter for purifying sols, having a membrane with pores sufficiently small to prevent the passage of the suspended particles.
verb (used with object)
Physical Chemistry. to purify by means of an ultrafilter.
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Origin of ultrafilter
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engineering filtration that removes particles less than 10 microns (10 –6 m) in diameter
/ (ˌʌltrəˈfɪltə) /
a filter with small pores used to separate very small particles from a suspension or colloidal solution
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