Micelle



[mi-sel] /mɪˈsɛl/

noun
1.
Physical Chemistry. an electrically charged particle formed by an aggregate of molecules and occurring in certain colloidal electrolyte solutions, as those of soaps and detergents.
/mɪˈsɛl/
noun
1.
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