monodisperse

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EtymologyEdit

mono- +‎ disperse

AdjectiveEdit

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monodisperse ‎(comparative more monodisperse, superlative most monodisperse)

  1. (of a colloid) Having particles of (approximately) the same size.
  2. (of a polymer, proscribed) Synonym of uniform ‎(composed of a single macromolecular species)

VerbEdit

monodisperse ‎(third-person singular simple present monodisperses, present participle monodispersing, simple past and past participle monodispersed)

  1. To cause to become monodisperse.
    • 1971, Craig Wallace & Joseph L. Melnick, “Herpesvirus Neutralization”, in Journal of Immunology[1]:
      Stock virus was monodispersed by passage through a 0.45 tt membrane.

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AdjectiveEdit

monodisperse

  1. feminine plural of monodisperso
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