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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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Using the FDA specified parameters for SOF tablets dissolution [29], drug release studies of tablets dosage form was performed.
To obtain the in vitro dissolution profile of the product, the cumulative percentage of SOF released was plotted against time.
Where n is the number of time points, Rt is the % dissolution value of the reference at time t, and Tt is the % dissolution value of the test at time t.
The successful dissolution of strata property will depend on the required threshold for consent in the legislation and the willingness of the courts to order dissolution when some owners are opposed.
This constitutive power to define property and its purposes lies not only in the statutory provisions, which set the threshold for dissolution votes, but also in the decisions of the courts to approve or block nonconsensual dissolution.
As a result, those owners who precipitate nonconsensual dissolution are forcing the termination of fee simple interests in individual strata lots held by other owners, and thus are stripping property interests from those who oppose dissolution.
While it was theoretically possible to develop a dissolution plan for consideration prior to the election, this proved too difficult to accomplish.
The town required the creation of a dissolution plan if the ordinance was approved.
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The UV method was selected due to the adequate determination of the analyte in the dissolution tests, easy automation and fast analysis time.
It was transferred to vessels (n = 3) containing 900 mL of dissolution medium at 37 [+ or -] 0.