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dissolve

 [dĭ-zolv´]
1. to cause a substance to pass into solution.
2. to pass into solution.

dis·solve

(di-zolv'),
To change or cause to change from a solid to a dispersed form by immersion in a fluid of suitable properties.
[L. dis-solvo, pp. -solutus, to loose asunder, to dissolve]

dissolve

/dis·solve/ (dĭ-zolv´)
1. to cause a substance to pass into solution.
2. to pass into solution.

dissolve

to disperse the molecules or ions of one substance throughout the bulk of another substance.

dis·solve

(di-zolv')
To change or cause to change from a solid to a dispersed form by immersion in a fluid of suitable properties.
[L. dis-solvo, pp. -solutus, to loose asunder, to dissolve]

dis·solve

(di-zolv')
To change or cause to change from a solid to a dispersed form by immersion in a fluid of suitable properties.
[L. dis-solvo, pp. -solutus, to loose asunder, to dissolve]

dissolve,

v to terminate, cancel, annul, disintegrate. To release the obligation of anything, as to dissolve a partnership.

dissolve

1. to cause a substance to pass into solution.
2. to pass into solution.
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One is to find out the "swelling range" of aqueous [BMIM]CI solution, that is, the range of water contents in aqueous [BMIM]CI solution in which cellulose could be swollen but not dissolved.
Numerous studies have shown that lower dissolved oxygen concentrations affect species composition, relative abundance, growth, maturation, and reproductive capacity.
The dissolved solids would not come directly from the treated sewage but would occur as water leaches from the ponds, goes through naturally occurring salts in the soil and reaches the groundwater.
Dissolved air flotation (DAF) is a technique that could be used as an internal cleaning stage to remove these substances.
In the short term, they provide an increased food supply for fish, but over the long haul, their decomposition can rob the water of dissolved oxygen and threaten marine life such as coral colonies.
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Although this first investigation proved that the pellets dissolved adequately, more studies had to be performed to better evaluate inoculant-filter properties.
So far, there are no limitations to the types of cellulose that can be dissolved using the process we've developed," she says.
The water itself provides a great vehicle for carrying the dissolved minerals on its way.
A company ceases to be a company when it is wound up and dissolved.
The IRS now states that if the memorandum of association of a GmbH provides that the entity shall be dissolved by the death, insanity, or bankruptcy of any of the unitholders, then the entity lacks continuity of life, whether or not the units are held by persons with independent self interests or are under common control.
For most drugs, it requires pills to either disintegrate (break into small pieces) or be at least 50 or 75 percent dissolved after being agitated in simulated stomach or intestinal juice for a specified length of time.