What are dispersions?
Modern materials are composed of a number of different constituents, and in most of the cases, these constituents are not soluble in each other. Such mixtures are described as dispersions, which include for example suspensions (solid domains in a liquid), emulsions (liquid domains in a liquid), composites (solid domains in a solid) and aerosols (liquid domains in a gas).
Dispersions in technical applications:
Plastic parts, adhesives, paints and coatings, nanocomposites, ceramics and porcelain, cosmetic products and many more…
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