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Definitions

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  • noun uncountable The state of being polydisperse
  • noun countable A measure of the degree to which a colloid is polydisperse

Etymologies

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polydisperse +-ity

Examples

  • Although these cells are the most efficient yet discovered, the use of polymers poses a certain number of problems: synthesis, purification, control of the molecular structure and mass, and the distribution of different lengths of chain polydispersity.

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  • The research is "a nice example of how increased polydispersity can actually be beneficial and lead to new phenomena in certain block copolymer systems," Hillmyer notes.

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  • Although these cells are the most efficient yet discovered, the use of polymers poses a certain number of problems: synthesis, purification, control of the molecular structure and mass, and the distribution of different lengths of chain (polydispersity).

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  • Although these cells are the most efficient yet discovered, the use of polymers poses a certain number of problems: synthesis, purification, control of the molecular structure and mass, and the distribution of different lengths of chain (polydispersity).

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  • The polydispersity of the samples increases with the size increment.

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  • IgG-SPIO was found stable at 4°C for a period of 1 month during which size and polydispersity index varied little from 175 nm and 200 nm, respectively.

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  • The diameter of the liposomes was determined to be 100-110 nm with a polydispersity index below

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  • He will examine the application of non-invasive light scattering techniques to predict formulation stability, using zeta potential, melting points, virial coefficients, and polydispersity measurements of the dilute solution.

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  • The stability of IgG-SPIO was studied at 4°C at selected time points for a period of one month by measures of size and polydispersity index (

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