sol

a general term for colloidal dispersions, as distinguished from true solutions.

sol

A colloid with solid particles suspended in a liquid. Examples are protoplasm, starch in water, and gels.
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sol

(sol) a colloid system in which the dispersion is liquid or gas; the latter is usually called an aerosol.
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sol

[n] - a colloid that has a continuous liquid phase in which a solid is suspended in a liquid 2. [n] - (Greek mythology) ancient Roman god 3. [n] - the syllable naming the fifth (dominant) note of any musical scale in solmization
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Sol

• (n.) Alt. of Sole • (n.) A syllable applied in solmization to the note G, or to the fifth tone of any diatonic scale. • (n.) Gold; -- so called from its brilliancy, color, and value. • (n.) The sun. • (n.) A sou. • (n.) A silver and gold coin of Peru. The silver sol is the unit of value, and is worth about 68 cents. ...
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sol

soh noun the syllable naming the fifth (dominant) note of any musical scale in solmization
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Sol

[colloid] A sol is a colloidal suspension of very small solid particles in a continuous liquid medium. Sols are quite stable and show the Tyndall effect. Examples include blood, pigmented ink, cell fluids and paint. Artificial sols may be prepared by dispersion or condensation. Dispersion techniques include grinding solids to colloidal dime...
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Sol

[comedian] Sol is a fictional character written for and performed on stage by Marc Favreau. Sol is a clown who handily deconstructs the French language, to the amusement of adults as well as toddlers. Sol mostly appears alone on stage and recites comic monologues dealing with current social and political issues. Sol began as a regular on La...
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Sol

[computer] The Sol is a rugged, waterproof solar-powered laptop computer intended for use in African schools that do not have access to an electrical network. Sol was created by London, Ontario-based WeWi Telecommunications. The laptop is preloaded with the Ubuntu variant of Linux. == Design and features == The Sol is available in two editi...
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Sol

[format] sol is a file format for representing solutions of mathematical programming problems. It is often used in conjunction with the nl format to return solutions from the solvers. Initially this format has been invented for connecting solvers to AMPL but then it has been adopted by other systems such as FortSP for interacting with exter...
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Sol

[historical denomination] The sol was a unit of currency in Argentina and Bolivia during the 19th century, equivalent to the real. The name sol was used alongside real in Argentina, whilst in Bolivia it replaced the real in 1827 and circulated until decimalization in 1864. In Argentina, the sol was worth ten decimos, with 16 soles = 1 escud...
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Sol

[mythology] Sol was the solar deity in Ancient Roman religion. It was long thought that Rome actually had two different, consecutive sun gods. The first, Sol Indiges, was thought to have been unimportant, disappearing altogether at an early period. Only in the late Roman Empire, scholars argued, did solar cult re-appear with the arrival in ...
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Sol

[name] Sol is a given name. Notable people with the name include: ...
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SoL

[newspaper] soL (meaning of `Left` in Turkish) is a left-leaning newspaper in Turkey. ==Supplements== The newspaper gives the supplements, respectively, through the week: and also other Sunday supplements. ==Columnists== The columnists of the newspaper are: ...
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Sol

[newspaper] Sol (Portuguese for Sun) is a Portuguese weekly national newspaper published every Saturday. It was first published on September 16, 2006. Sol was founded by José António Saraiva with the premise to compete with the long-established Expresso. Sol is owned by angolan Newshold, the controlling society of the newspaper, which in ...
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Sol

[production company] SOL is an Indian production company best known for making Non Fiction Shows in India. ==About== SOL is an Independent Production House, launched by Kamna Nirula Menezes and Fazila Allana in January 2003. In 2008, SOL went international and became part of a larger European Production Company, Zodiak International). Sol h...
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Sol

Sol noun [ Latin ] 1. The sun. 2. (Alchem.) Gold; -- so called from its brilliancy, color, and value. Chaucer.
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Sol

Sol noun [ Italian ] (Mus.) (a) A syllable applied in solmization to the note G, or to the fifth tone of any diatonic scale. (b) The tone itself.
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Sol

A colloid with solid particles suspended in a liquid. Examples are protoplasm, starch in water, and
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sol

a drying chamber, i.e. for drying paper.
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Sol

A liquid colloidal dispersion; a fluid colloidal system in which solid particles are dispersed in a liquid colloidal solution.
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sol

a stable dispersion of either solids in liquids or solids in solids.
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sol

a unit of time on Mars, equal to the average length of the Martian day as it would appear to an observer on the red planet. The sol equals 24 hours 39 minutes 35 seconds, which is 88 775 seconds or about 1.0275 Earth days.
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Sol

An alternative name for the Sun.
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sol

Colloid of very small solid particles dispersed in a liquid that retains the physical properties of a liquid. A sol can under certain conditions convert into an apparently solid, jelly-like state known as a gel
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