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dissolution

 [dis″o-loo´shun]
1. the process in which one substance is dissolved in another.
2. separation of a compound into its components by chemical action.
4. death.

dissolution

/dis·so·lu·tion/ (dis″ah-loo´shun)
1. the process in which one substance is passed in another.
2. separation of a compound into its components by chemical action.
4. death.

dissolution

[dis′əlo̅o̅′shən]
Etymology: L, dis + solvere, to loosen
1 the separation of a complex chemical compound into simpler molecules.
2 the dissolving of chemical substances into a homogenous solution.
3 the loss of mental powers.

dissolution

1. the process in which one substance is dissolved in another.
2. separation of a compound into its components by chemical action.
3. liquefaction.
4. death.
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USP tablet dissolution apparatus type-II (Galvano Scientific Pak) and Shimadzu UV-1601 double beam spectrophotometer with 1-cm quartz cell (Shimadzu Japan) was used for dissolution studies and analysis.
5 mg mL-1 were prepared by dissolving equivalent to 50 mg SOF reference material in methanol using 100 mL volumetric flask and diluted to volume with dissolution medium.
To optimize the sensitivity of SOF in dissolution medium at 262 nm, a serial concentration of SOF reference solution in dissolution medium e.
Whether asked to confirm a resolution supported by at least 80 percent of owners, or to order dissolution based on a petition from owners where that threshold has not been met, the courts are to consider "the best interests of the owners," (20) and the probability and extent of "significant unfairness" (21) to owners and their creditors or of "significant confusion and uncertainty in the affairs of the strata corporation or of the owners" (22) if the order is granted or not granted.
In Part II, it steps back from the details of the statutory dissolution and collective sale provisions, and from the particular disputes outlined above to describe what is at stake in the choice between a dissolution regime that presumes the need for unanimous consent among owners and one that presumes supermajority approval is sufficient to dissolve strata property.
Having established that the workings of the dissolution regime involve basic choices about the nature of strata property, Parts III and IV turn to an analysis of the role of the courts in the former and current dissolution regimes in British Columbia.
The dissolution ordinance contained findings that tracked the statutory conditions precedent for dissolution.
Municipal dissolution can be devastating to employees who legitimately fear they will soon lose their jobs.
several dissolutions in that state have been derailed at this stage.
legislature, a rule likely based on the assumption that dissolutions are
Different media, volume, type of apparatus and rotational speed were evaluated to obtain a discriminative dissolution test.
The standard solution used in the dissolution tests was prepared by transferring 11.