lyophilic

adjective
lyo·​phil·​ic | \ˌlī-ə-ˈfi-lik \

Definition of lyophilic 

: marked by strong affinity between a dispersed phase and the liquid in which it is dispersed a lyophilic colloid

First Known Use of lyophilic

1911, in the meaning defined above

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lyophilic

adjective
lyo·​phil·​ic | \ˌlī-ə-ˈfil-ik \

Medical Definition of lyophilic 

: marked by strong affinity between a dispersed phase and the liquid in which it is dispersed a lyophilic colloid — compare lyophobic, hydrophilic, lipophilic, oleophilic

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