solid extract


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solid extract

An extract made by evaporating the fluid part of a solution.
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Serial partitions of the solid extract were made using solvents of different polarities and reactivity rates (Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany).
The solid extract obtained can be diluted in water at different concentrations to make solutions and blotted on filter paper placed at the bottom of cylindrical glass tubes containing sandflies.
That solution, once separated from the insoluble plant materials, is the extract that can be left in liquid form, or the liquid removed to produce a solid extract.