Definition of Lyophile

1. pertaining to a type of colloid [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lyophile

lynxes
lynxlike
lyo-
lyocell
lyoenzyme
lyolysis
lyonia
lyonias
lyoniresinol
lyonium
lyoniums
lyonization
lyonnaise
lyonsite
lyophil
lyophile (current term)
lyophiled
lyophilic
lyophilic colloid
lyophilisate
lyophilisation
lyophilisations
lyophilise
lyophilised
lyophilises
lyophilising
lyophilization
lyophilizations
lyophilize
lyophilized

Literary usage of Lyophile

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1. A Dictionary of Chemical Terms by James Fitton Couch (1920)
"lyophile Systems. Colloidal sys- effect upon reactions in solutions, ... In the between the disperse phase and the tion by exerting a lyophile or ..."

2. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"lyophile sols the effect on the continuous phase is also important, and may overshadow the other. Now, in gelatine and in hide gels and tanning sols we are ..."

3. Principles of General Physiology by William Maddock Bayliss (1920)
"Hoeber (1910) has shown that electrolytes, in their action on nerve, follow the Hofmeister series, a characteristic of their action on lyophile ..."

4. Outlines of Theoretical Chemistry by Frederick Hutton Getman (1918)
"... is almost wholly confined ; > the disperse phase, while the addition of reagents to lyophile s< quently produces a more marked effect on the dispersion ..."

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