colloidal suspension


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Related to colloidal suspension: colloidal solution, Colloidal dispersion
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Noun1.colloidal suspension - a colloid that has a continuous liquid phase in which a solid is suspended in a liquid
colloid - a mixture with properties between those of a solution and fine suspension
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Gold nanoparticles are a colloidal suspension of nanoparticles of gold in water or other liquids.
This barrier is made of iron oxide nanoparticles, which are injected into sediments as colloidal suspension, forming stable deposits there.
In order to prepare stable dispersions of GO and to remove above mentioned defects, for practical application, several studies are reported and various techniques have been developed which are, dispersion of graphene in solvents [14, 15], using surfactants [16, 17], Colloidal suspension in organic solvents [18], Chemical conversion of graphite [19] and others.
The sol is a colloidal suspension of silicate in a gel which is customized by changing physical parameters such as temperature and pH.
Allain, C, Limat, L, "Regular Patterns of Cracks Formed by Directional Drying of a Colloidal Suspension.
The fluid within the cyst transforms into a colloidal suspension containing protein solutes with T1 shortening.
For the ITO-coated CFRP coupons, first the matrix resin was removed by soaking the prepregs in methyl-ether-ketone (MEK) and then indium-tin oxides (ITO) nano-particles of 30% and 40% concentrations in colloidal suspension were spray-coated directly on carbon fibers and dried.
The procedure to measure total silver content of the colloidal suspension by FEA; the ionic silver content in the supernatant following ultracentrifugation by silver ion selective electrode and by NAA; and the total silver/ionic silver ratio is displayed in Figure 2.
In the magnetic drive, the drive shaft is housed inside a stationary body, and the gap between them is filled with a low vapor pressure fluid containing a colloidal suspension of magnetic particles.
Techniques for determining spacing include adsorbing the thioether from a solution or a colloidal suspension, or controlling the degree of polymerization of the thioether.