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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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Thus, conditions are favorable for any preexisting insoluble particles in the liquid metal to attach themselves to the rough brick wall, despite the fact that it is coated with BN.
However, an important fraction of the blend is cross-linked, as shown by the 68% insoluble content.
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Half a cup of oatmeal--whether old-fashioned or quick oats--contains 4 grams total, with equal parts soluble and insoluble fiber.
Insoluble organic compounds in the soil are a "player in that whole picture that no one had recognized before.
Oxalate causes precipitation of insoluble calcium oxalate in the rumen and kidneys.
Insoluble fibre helps prevent constipation, and soluble fibre may help to reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood.
The effects by the water-soluble fraction would be more biologically relevant because components in this fraction are more likely than the whole particles or the insoluble fraction to gain access to the pulmonary vessels quickly by diffusion after the particles are inhaled into the lung.
Rohm and Haas Company has been granted a patent for an aqueous dispersion that is comprised of a plurality of water insoluble segmental copolymer particles, wherein the particles comprise comb copolymer.
Because the ink is insoluble in the reservoir, the oppositely charged polymers bind to each other, causing the ink to coagulate.