Definition of dispersible in English:

dispersible

adjective

  • See disperse

    • ‘To minimize this problem, chemical companies developed the dry flowable and water dispersible granular formulations.’
    • ‘It is especially common in soils that have high expansion rates and/or highly dispersible clay minerals, and in locations which experience intense sequences of wet and dry periods.’
    • ‘Efflorescence is caused when soluble salts and other water dispersible materials come to the surface of concrete and mortars.’
    • ‘He has huge quantities of a nasty and virulent form of the anthrax virus, and is currently engaged in further developing the more easily dispersible and effective dry micro-powder forms.’
    • ‘Because cocoa does not dissolve, highly dispersible products work better for dairy applications, says Stunek.’