Definition of organosol in English:

organosol

noun

Chemistry
  • A dispersion of a colloid in an organic liquid; (now usually) specifically a dispersion of particles of synthetic resin in a liquid consisting of a plasticizer and volatile components, which can be converted into a solid plastic simply by heating.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Journal of the Chemical Society. From German Organosol from organo- + Sol.

Pronunciation

organosol

/ɔːˈɡanə(ʊ)sɒl/