Definition of Organosols

1. Noun. (plural of organosol) ¹



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Definition of Organosols

1. organosol [n] - See also: organosol

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Organosols

organoscandium
organoscopy
organoselenium
organoselenium compounds
organosilane
organosilanes
organosilanol
organosilica
organosilicon
organosilicon compounds
organosilicons
organosilver
organosilyl
organosodium
organosol
organosols (current term)
organostannic
organostibine
organostibines
organostrontium
organosulfur
organosulfurane
organosulphur
organotantalum
organotaxis
organotechnetium
organotechnetium compounds
organotellurium
organothallium
organotherapy

Literary usage of Organosols

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1. Laboratory Manual of Elementary Colloid Chemistry by Emil Hatschek (1920)
"THE most convenient method of directly preparing organosols of the noble metals is that of C. Amberger, in which wool-fat (lanoline) is used as protective ..."

2. The Hydrogenation of Oils: Catalyzers and Catalysis and the Generation of by Carleton Ellis (1914)
"In the preparation of the metallic organosols, hydrazine hydrate was used as a ... The palladium organosols (8 : 9 to 16 per cent Pd) had pronounced ..."

3. The Hydrogenation of Oils, Catalyzers Nad Catalysis and the Eneration of by Carleton Ellis (1919)
"In the preparation of the metallic organosols, hydrazine hydrate? was used as a ... The palladium organosols (8 : 9 to 16 per cent Pd) had pronounced ..."

4. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1915)
"By this process the stability of these organosols can be materially increased, and made almost perfectly permanent, if such a consistence be given to the ..."

5. The Chemistry of Colloids by Richard Zsigmondy, Ellwood Barker Spear, John Foote Norton (1917)
"In a similar manner the gels of barium sulfate, calcium, and magnesium carbonate have been made.î With regard to the preparation of organosols of easily ..."

6. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1915)
"... of the electrical dispersion method of preparing metallic hydrosols and its modification by Svedberg* for the preparation of metallic organosols, ..."

7. The Physical Properties of Colloidal Solutions by Eli Franklin Burton (1921)
"By this means he greatly extended the number of both hydrosols and organosols produced electrically. (See also Morris-Airey and Long.27) Chemical Dispersion ..."

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