gradacol membrane\ˈgradəˌkȯl-, -käl-\
Definition of gradocol membrane
: a collodion membrane prepared from a solution of collodion in alcohol and ether in such a way as to have a predetermined average pore diameter and used especially in ultrafiltration (as of a virus suspension)
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Origin and Etymology of gradocol membrane
German gradokol, from grado- (from International Scientific Vocabulary grade) + kollodium collodion
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