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pep·tize

 (pĕp′tīz′)
tr.v. pep·tized, pep·tiz·ing, pep·tiz·es
To disperse (a precipitate) to form a colloid.

[Greek peptein, to digest; see pekw- in Indo-European roots + -ize.]

pep′ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
pep′tiz′er n.

peptize

(ˈpɛptaɪz) or

peptise

vb
(Chemistry) (tr) chem to disperse (a substance) into a colloidal state, usually to form a sol
ˈpeptizable, ˈpeptisable adj
ˌpeptiˈzation, ˌpeptiˈsation n
ˈpeptizer, ˈpeptiser n

pep•tize

(ˈpɛp taɪz)

v.t. -tized, -tiz•ing.
to disperse (a substance) into colloidal form, usu. in a liquid.
[1860–65; pept (one) + -ize]
pep•tiz′a•ble, adj.
pep`ti•za′tion, n.
pep′tiz•er, n.

peptize


Past participle: peptized
Gerund: peptizing

Imperative
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Present
I peptize
you peptize
he/she/it peptizes
we peptize
you peptize
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Preterite
I peptized
you peptized
he/she/it peptized
we peptized
you peptized
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Present Continuous
I am peptizing
you are peptizing
he/she/it is peptizing
we are peptizing
you are peptizing
they are peptizing
Present Perfect
I have peptized
you have peptized
he/she/it has peptized
we have peptized
you have peptized
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Past Continuous
I was peptizing
you were peptizing
he/she/it was peptizing
we were peptizing
you were peptizing
they were peptizing
Past Perfect
I had peptized
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he/she/it had peptized
we had peptized
you had peptized
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Future
I will peptize
you will peptize
he/she/it will peptize
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Future Perfect
I will have peptized
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Future Continuous
I will be peptizing
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you will be peptizing
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been peptizing
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he/she/it has been peptizing
we have been peptizing
you have been peptizing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been peptizing
you will have been peptizing
he/she/it will have been peptizing
we will have been peptizing
you will have been peptizing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been peptizing
you had been peptizing
he/she/it had been peptizing
we had been peptizing
you had been peptizing
they had been peptizing
Conditional
I would peptize
you would peptize
he/she/it would peptize
we would peptize
you would peptize
they would peptize
Past Conditional
I would have peptized
you would have peptized
he/she/it would have peptized
we would have peptized
you would have peptized
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Verb1.peptize - disperse in a medium into a colloidal state
chemical science, chemistry - the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
separate - divide into components or constituents; "Separate the wheat from the chaff"
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R2] = 60 [+ or -] 5 uM) were analyzed and compared with a model sample from family 1 (sample AW) and a peptized sample (sample BV).
Amorphous in structure, the asphaltene micelle consists of higher molecular weight compounds surrounded and peptized by neutral resins and aromatic hydrocarbons.
The heteroatom compounds such as asphaltenes exist as colloidal dispersions in crude oil and were peptized by other components present in the oil.
Soil scientists have been quite consistent in stating that organic substances that cause these complexes or peptized small metal colloids are of relatively high molecular mass (greater than 2000), whereas water chemists generally concede that low molecular weight organics are responsible for holding iron [2].
The compound using peptizer mixed 15% faster than the control compound, while stocks containing 1 phr or more of QDI mixed about 33% faster than the control, or about 16% faster than the peptized compound.