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i·so·la·ble

(ī′sə-lə-bəl)
adj.
Possible to isolate.
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The product complex of reaction 10 is isolable in 80% yield as an orange-brown crystalline solid whose solid-state molecular structure is shown in Figure 7.
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For Bergson writes just prior to the passage previously cited: "matter has a tendency to constitute isolable systems, that can be treated geometrically.
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(76) Yet, the Court also noted that if a particular issue is to be deemed a political question, that finding must rest on "isolable reasons for presence of political questions" in the specific factual context.