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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]

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]
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"Bearing this in mind, I see no reason for rushing things in order to dissolve Parliament on 12 October.
Like most solids, gold's solubility (measure of how well a solute can dissolve in a solvent) decreases as the temperature drops.
Nevertheless, the general nature of how well the pellets dissolve follows a positive correlation with the flow rate of molten iron and proves that the Zr dissolution rate and recovery can be predicted.
The less "stuff" present in water, the more likely it is to dissolve minerals.
Non-time-release supplements should disintegrate of dissolve in less than an hour.
A Pentecostal Pastor, Bernard Towoju has urged an Igando Customary Court, Lagos, to dissolve his marriage to his wife, Abosede, for allegedly using her private part to invoke curses on him.
But for this recipe, you dissolve them by heating sugar in water.
"When you dissolve sugar in water and put a stick in the container, where does the candy grow?
While the French artist's simplified strokes of relatively colorless paint insist on the concrete facts of immediate vision, they also reiterate the materiality of the canvas's surface rather than dissolve it into a transparent pane of glass.
During pouring, the metal flow dissolves the inoculant, and the filter prevents undissolved alloy from reaching the mold cavity.
"It's the difference between pouring soda pop or pouring battery acid onto something that will dissolve," explains Hose.
As ocean chemistry has slowly changed over the past 2 centuries, however, there's been a decrease in the range of depths at which the two most common forms of biomineralized calcium carbonate--aragonite and calcite--can dissolve.