dispersibility love


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  • noun uncountable The condition of being dispersible
  • noun countable A measure of the relative extent to which something is dispersible


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  • Rather, the sibling competition that results from the restricted dispersibility of CL seeds reduces growth more than competition between unrelated plants, in accordance with the resource-partitioning hypothesis.

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  • LANXESS offers paper producers the advantages of a wide color range, pure color shade, excellent light-fastness and good dispersibility.

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