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dilatant

adjective di·lat·ant \-tənt\

Definition of DILATANT

:  increasing in viscosity and setting to a solid as a result of deformation by expansion, pressure, or agitation

First Known Use of DILATANT

1885

Other Physics Terms

amplitude, centrifugal, centripetal, convection, gradient, hysteresis, kinetic, lase, quantum

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