Hydrosols and organosol

 

Hydrosols are isolable, protected colloidal particles that can be readily redispersed in water. If the protecting shell is lipophilic (eg., tetraalkylammonium), such colloidal particles can be readily redispersable in organic solvents and are termed organosols.

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