demulsibility

noun de·mul·si·bil·i·ty \də̇ˌməlsəˈbilətē, dēˌ-\

Definition of demulsibility

plural

-es

  1. :  the ability to be demulsified being sometimes expressed as the rate at which a liquid (such as an oil) separates from an emulsion

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Origin and Etymology of demulsibility

demulsify + -ibility


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