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solubility

 [sol″u-bil´ĭ-te]
the quality of being soluble.

sol·u·bil·i·ty

(sol'yū-bil'i-tē), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation soluability.
The property of being soluble.

solubility

/sol·u·bil·i·ty/ (sol″u-bil´ĭ-te) quality of being soluble; susceptibility of being dissolved.

solubility

[sol′yəbil′itē]
Etymology: L, solubilis, able to dissolve
1 the maximum amount of a solute that can dissolve in a specific solvent under a given temperature and pressure.
2 the concentration of a solute in a solvent at its saturation point. soluble, adj.

sol·u·bil·i·ty

(solyū-bili-tē)
The property of being soluble.

solubility

the amount of a substance that will dissolve in a given amount of another substance.

sol·u·bil·i·ty

(solyū-bili-tē)
The property of being soluble.

solubility (sol´ūbil´itē),

n the quality or fact of being soluble; susceptible to being dissolved.

solubility

the quality of being soluble.

solubility coefficient
in anesthetics, a measure of the distribution of anesthetic agent between blood and gas and between blood and tissue. The greater the solubility, the greater the uptake of anesthetic agent by blood and the slower the period of induction and recovery.
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The total solubilities of TPA in the reaction system are determined by the synthetic method and the data are listed in Table 3.
total] represent the experimental values g/100 g of physical solubilities and total solubilities, respectively.
Physical and total solubilities are reported for TPA in the reaction system oligomeric BHBT-BD from 449 to 507 K.
2] solubilities in both polymers have been measured and have correlated with the S-L EOS.
2] in the gas phase and the polymer phase, and also between the experimental and predicted solubilities using the interaction parameter, [k.
ij], in Eq 6 were determined by minimizing the relative deviations between experimental and calculated solubilities at each temperature.
The solubilities of butane and isobutane in the polymers were found to be between the literature solubilities of CFC-11 and CFC-12 in the same polymers.
their solubilities were 23% and 30% higher than our solubilities at 353 K and 0.
In the calculation of solubilities, it was assumed that the polymer was monodisperse and that it did not dissolve in the vapor phase.
On the other hand, the difference in gas solubilities dominates the separation efficiency for the C[O.
As in the case for PANi, the solubilities selectivities of the C[O.