Meaning of self-repellency in English:

self-repellency

noun

historical
  • With reference to a substance (especially a fluid or gas): the property of tending to expand due to consisting of particles which repel each other. With reference to particles, molecules, etc., of the same substance or type: the property of repelling each other.

    Chiefly with reference to heat and electricity regarded as fluids.

Pronunciation

self-repellency

/ˌsɛlfrɪˈpɛlənsi/ /ˌsɛlfrɪˈpɛl(ə)nsi/

Origin

Early 19th century. From self- + repellency.