Origin and Etymology of polydisperse
poly- + Latin dispersus dispersed, from past participle of dispergere to disperse
First Known Use: 1915
Medical Definition of polydisperse
: of, relating to, characterized by, or characterized as particles of varied sizes in the dispersed phase of a disperse system—compare monodisperse
polydispersity\-ˈpər-sət-ē\play noun plural
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