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soluble

 [sol´u-b'l]
susceptible of being dissolved.

sol·u·ble

(sol'yū-bĕl), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation soluable.
Capable of being dissolved.
[L. solubilis, fr. solvo, to dissolve]

soluble

/sol·u·ble/ (sol´u-b'l) susceptible of being dissolved.

soluble

adjective Capable of going into solution or of being dissolved.

sol·u·ble

(sol'yū-bĕl)
Capable of being dissolved.
[L. solubilis, fr. solvo, to dissolve]

soluble

susceptible of being dissolved.

soluble glass
see soluble glass.
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Buencafe also recognizes the importance of meeting the unique market needs of the consumer, continuing to be an active player in producing innovative soluble coffee.
Guar gum, which is majorly produced in Asia, is the second biggest market among the various types of water soluble polymers.
Water soluble fertilizers are mineral fertilizer formulations that are completely soluble in water.
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In the Schooley study, patients gave themselves, intramuscular injections of the soluble CD4--much as diabetics self-administer insulin--three times a day for up to 28 days.
Glaze pinholes (a round edged hole exposing the clay body) can also occur due to soluble salt deposits on the underlying clay body surface.
and trenches to determine the amount of acid soluble leachable copper.
Rich in marine calcium, magnesium and a variety of trace minerals, Aquamin Soluble will be of interest to manufacturers looking to create attractive, clear or carbonated beverages with an added mineral boost.
Pregnant women with too much of a protein called soluble endoglin in their blood have a heightened risk of preeclampsia, the researchers say.
Copper and vanadium, two soluble transition metals contained in UPs, induced pulmonary vasoconstriction and phosphorylation of ERK1/2 and p38, but only the phosphorylation of p38 was inhibited by losartan.