disperser

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disperse +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

disperser (plural dispersers)

  1. (chemistry) A substance that stabilizes a dispersion; an emulsifier.
  2. (graph theory) A particular kind of bipartite graph.
  3. (ecology) An organism that disperses something, such as seeds, in the environment.
    • 1996, Charles R. Brown, ‎Mary Bomberger Brown, Coloniality in the Cliff Swallow
      Nesting data from dispersers and nondispersers came from the same set of colonies and were thus directly comparable.

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disperser

  1. to scatter; to disperse

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disperser

  1. comparative degree of dispers