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soluble

 [sol´u-b'l]
susceptible of being dissolved.

sol·u·ble

(sol'yū-bĕl), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation soluable.
Capable of being dissolved.
[L. solubilis, fr. solvo, to dissolve]

soluble

/sol·u·ble/ (sol´u-b'l) susceptible of being dissolved.

soluble

adjective Capable of going into solution or of being dissolved.

sol·u·ble

(sol'yū-bĕl)
Capable of being dissolved.
[L. solubilis, fr. solvo, to dissolve]

soluble

susceptible of being dissolved.

soluble glass
see soluble glass.
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The sera from the patients who had a lower disease activity than at baseline were collected and soluble ST2 levels were evaluated.
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8220;India Water Soluble Fertilizers Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019” has evaluated the future growth potential of the water soluble fertilizers market in India and provided detailed statistics and information on market structure, industry behaviour and trends.
The global water soluble fertilizers market is driven by many factors such as increasing adoption of micro irrigation systems by farmers and subsidies provided by respective governments, increasing applications of greenhouses and high rate of efficiency.
3) As in the overburden, a high pH level in the clay can also bring more soluble phase ions into the system.
Both soluble and insoluble fiber provide health benefits, and your diet should include a combination of the two.
However, Rhodes said they contained less soluble fibre so people would have to consume more.
Gregory Freund and colleagues gave mice low fat diets containing insoluble fiber or soluble fiber from citrus pectin for 6 weeks, after which the animals received an injection of lipopolysaccharide, which elicits the effects of bacterial infection.
For such applications, the Argweld water soluble weld purge film has been developed by UK firm Huntingdon Fusion Techniques.
Water soluble plastic producer MonoSol of the USA has moved into injection moulding with a new family of polyvinyl alcohols.