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dis·per·sant

 (dĭ-spûr′sənt)
n. Chemistry
A substance added to a mixture to promote dispersion or to maintain dispersed particles in suspension.
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dispersant

(dɪsˈpɜːsənt)
n
(Chemical Engineering) a liquid or gas used to disperse small particles or droplets, as in an aerosol
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dis•per•sant

(dɪˈspɜr sənt)

n.
any admixture to a chemical dispersion capable of maintaining the dispersed particles in suspension.
[1940–45]
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Translations
분산제

dispersant

[dɪsˈpɜːsənt] N (Chem) → dispersante m
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dispersant

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