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From the journal: Soft Matter. Huy S. Sood 1. Get permission to re-use this article. Create citation alert. Journal RSS feed. Sign up for new issue notifications. A binary aqueous suspension of large L and small S nearly-hard-sphere colloidal polystyrene spheres is shown to segregate spontaneously into L-rich and S-rich regions for suitable choices of volume fraction and size ratio. This is the first observation of such purely entropic phase separation of chemically identical species in which at least one component remains fluid.