Medical Definition of Lyophobe
1. A substance that is lyophobic. (05 Mar 2000)
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lyophobe
Literary usage of Lyophobe
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles of General Physiology by William Maddock Bayliss (1920)
"... or lyophobe, which are of the most importance in physiology, differ in the state of the internal phase, which is liquid in the former, ..."
2. Outlines of Theoretical Chemistry by Frederick Hutton Getman (1918)
"The action of c ! cal reagents on lyophobe sols is almost wholly ... It should be observed that the physical properties of a lyophobe sol and of the pure ..."
3. Outlines of Theoretical Chemistry by Frederick Hutton Getman (1922)
"... and where such affinity is absent, the system is termed lyophobe. When the dispersion medium is water, the terms hydrophile and hydrophobe are employed. ..."
4. A Dictionary of Chemical Terms by James Fitton Couch (1920)
"If water is the medium the Cations, Cs > Rb > K > Li. term hydrophobe is applied to the system. lyophobe System. The reverse of Anions, I > NO, ..."
5. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"... and " lyophobe " respectively. If water be the continuous phase ... and the lyophobe colloids to the ..."