Definition of Peptizes
1. peptize [v] - See also: peptize
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Literary usage of Peptizes
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1922)
"Instead of amyl acetate any liquid that peptizes ("dissolves") the cellulose ester may be used provided also the two liquids are immiscible. ..."
2. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1915)
"... peptizes hydrous chromic oxide, without formation of basic chlorides; passing through a collodion filter removes the chromic oxide. ..."
3. Laboratory Manual of Colloid Chemistry by Harry Nicholls Holmes (1922)
"This is surprising because water peptizes the gum and alcohol does not; one would consequently have expected the water to be adsorbed more strongly than the ..."
4. Report on Colloid Chemistry and Its General and Industrial Applications by Great Britain (1919)
"Adsorbed colloid peptizes the solid and being strongly electro-negative in dilute NaOH hastens the migration to the anode. 9237, Apr. 14. ..."
5. Studies in Dyeing and Cleaning by Dyer Barker Lake (1916)
"and hence peptizes it, thus giving rise to a colloid solution. In aqueous solutions, in general, ..."