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insoluble

 [in-sol´u-b'l]
not susceptible of being dissolved.

in·sol·u·ble

(in-sol'yū-bĕl),
Not soluble.

insoluble

/in·sol·u·ble/ (in-sol´u-b'l) not susceptible of being dissolved.

insoluble

[insol′yəbəl]
Etymology: L, in, not, solubilis, soluble
unable to be dissolved, usually in a specific solvent, such as a substance that is insoluble in water.

in·sol·u·ble

(in-sol'yū-bĕl)
Incapable of dissolving in solution.

in·sol·u·ble

(in-sol'yū-bĕl)
Incapable of dissolving in solution.

insoluble,

adj not susceptible to being dissolved.

insoluble

not susceptible to being dissolved.
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Protein aggregation and insolubility that occur with normal ageing and neurodegenerative diseases reflect altered protein function (18).
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In other places the problems of retinoid formulation are mentioned: aside from their insolubility in aqueous solvents, retinoids tend to be light and oxygen sensitive.
The Highlands seems destined to be just another example of the mind-numbing complexity and insolubility of our environmental woes.
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The pigments promise excellent heat resistance, color strength, and migration stability, plus extreme resistance to chemical and physical effects, good dispersibility, and insolubility in all common solvents.
The study of lipidomics is complex due to the unique biophysical properties of lipids, such as insolubility, which makes them challenging to handle and analyze.
Because of the difficulty and corresponding cost, a rational patent holder will typically opt to obtain damages from the producer defendant rather than from consumers except in cases of producer insolubility.
This insolubility has meant that we've never been able to test the compound in a living model.
A clear transparent solution indicated water solubility while a cloudy solution or white precipitate resulted in the case of insolubility in water.
The latter, in the postwar era, foregrounded the dialectical nature of faith--that doubt is not a shadow on its surface, but its necessary other, that faith is an inherently contradictory and dynamic process--and the insolubility of the problem of evil.