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as in:  colloid chemistry

Colloid science has become important to nanotechnology.
  a mixture with properties between those of a solution and fine suspension
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colloidal colloid colloids
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  • Colloid science has become important to nanotechnology.
  • Stig Friberg, a colloid chemist and an expert in skin structure, suggests that C’watre’s technology may alter the properties of the ocean water, which might in turn allow the treated water to better penetrate the skin.
    Time  --,9171,1697418,00.html(retrieved 03/18/09)
  • he succeeded in producing laboratory colloids exhibiting amoeba-like activities
    Jack London  --  Moon-Face and Other Stories
  • That question on colloidal suspensions really had me sweating, I can tell you, and as I said, when I’m anxious I can get mixed up."
    Trenton Lee Stewart  --  The Mysterious Benedict Society

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  • Lights shone through a thousand holes, here and there becoming colorful rays where they found a colloidal base in floating haze of dust or blood or lubricant.
    Dan Simmons  --  Hyperion
  • He really was let alone; he really was encouraged to do individual work; he really was associated with men who thought not in terms of poetic posters or of two-thousand-dollar operations but of colloids and sporulation and electrons, and of the laws and energies which governed them.
    Sinclair Lewis  --  Arrowsmith
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Associated words [difficulty]:   colloid [9] , alkaline [6] , hydrocarbon [7] , inert gas [8]
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