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solvent

 [sol´vent]
1. capable of dissolving other material.
2. the substance, usually a liquid, in which another substance (the solute) is dissolved to form a solution.

sol·vent

(sol'vĕnt),
A liquid that holds another substance in solution, that is, dissolves it.
[L. solvens, pres. p. of solvo, to dissolve]

sol·vent

(sol'vĕnt)
A liquid that holds another substance in solution, i.e., dissolves it.
[L. solvens, pres. p. of solvo, to dissolve]

solvent

a liquid in which another substance (a SOLUTE) may be dissolved to form a solution; the solvent is the larger part of the solution.

sol·vent

(sol'vĕnt)
A liquid that holds another substance in solution, i.e., dissolves it.
[L. solvens, pres. p. of solvo, to dissolve]
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This simple technqie was found discriminate sucessfully plastic particle sizes, less than 1mm, 1.5mm and above 1.5mm.With the use of less volatile solvents, the choice of the most suitable evaporating area and some caliberation, the method is expected to be useful to discriminate effectively plastic grain sizes.
Individuals were identified as being volatile solvent users from previous research, which examined self-reported substance use among 1,392 students in five high schools (Odgers et al., 1997).
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The solution of the highly volatile solvent and the polymer can clot the nozzle or other components of the svsicm easily.
where n is the number of moles of the volatile solvent in the bubble.
The model tends to underpredict film thickness for films spun from solutions with an initially high polymer concentration or solutions in which a highly volatile solvent is used; the model tends to overpredict film thickness for films spun from very dilute solutions or solutions in which a low volatility solvent is used.
As such, this instrument can be used for fuel cell gas analyses, fermentation monitoring, determination of volatile solvent residues, and monitoring of petrochemical process streams.
Another problem is teenagers that mainly suffer from drug addiction - volatile solvents, spices, carbes, adhesives and etc.
The EZ-Envi is suited specifically for concentration of volatile solvents prior to analysis, the EZ-Standard for drying water and volatile solvents, the EZ-2 Plus for working with solvents with higher boiling points (up to 165 C) and the EZ-2 Elite for more difficult solutions such as DMSO and NMP, or fast freeze drying.
Dr Mohammad Iqbal Bhanger stressed that traditional methods were mostly time consuming and require relatively large quantities of volatile solvents.
In one of the brochures, the issue of addiction to sniffing volatile solvents has been discussed, which may be less known to the public.
Environmentally benign, the PECVD process produces no harmful waste streams or volatile solvents and has a low carbon footprint due to a relatively low energy input.

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