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Noun1.colloidal solution - 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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Bridging flocculation occurs at low concentrations of polymeric thickener in a colloidal dispersion in which a single polymer chain adsorbs on two or more particles and "binds" them together.
Density measurements of a colloidal dispersion of NPs have been usually coupled with Hamilton-Crosser mixing model (Pak and Cho 1998) which requires knowledge of particles and liquids concentrations respectively.
BCM-95), and a curcumin nanoparticular colloidal dispersion (e.
Goehring, L, Clegg, WJ, Routh, AF, "Solidification and Ordering During Directional Drying of a Colloidal Dispersion.
Attributes/comments: Pliotec SA60 colloidal dispersion is fortified with a water-based epoxy to form a 2K coating system.
The surfactant loading required to stabilize a colloidal dispersion is directly related to the available wetted surface of the particle, hence direct measurement of the wetted surface area is critical to formulation development.
Ionic gold salts that are not soluble in water have been prepared in a colloidal dispersion form, but their properties are similar to soluble ionic gold salts.
3-5,7,8) Less toxic forms of amphotericin B--such as liposomal amphotericin B, colloidal dispersion amphotericin B, and amphotericin B lipid complex--may be more safe.
AmB colloidal dispersion (ABCD) and AmB lipid complex (ABLC).
Carefully controlling the conditions will halt the growth of particles without transforming into precipitation while producing and maintaining a colloidal dispersion.
Theravalues' innovative technology, which has been applied to Theracurmin[TM], addresses this issue by creating surface controlled colloidal dispersion, which enhances body absorption by 27 times compared to that of conventional curcumin powder.
A colloidal dispersion is a two-phase system in which one phase--the disperse phase--is dispersed in a second, continuous phase--the dispersion medium--explains Tadros, and either of these phases can be solid, liquid, or gas, so there are many possible combinations.