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so·lu·tion (soln., sol),

1. The incorporation of a solid, liquid, or gas into a liquid or noncrystalline solid resulting in a homogeneous single phase.
See also: dispersion, suspension.
See also: solution of contiguity, solution of continuity.
2. Generally, an aqueous solution of a nonvolatile substance.
See also: solution of contiguity, solution of continuity.
3. In the language of the Pharmacopeia, an aqueous solution of a nonvolatile substance is called a solution or liquor; an aqueous solution of a volatile substance is a water (aqua); an alcoholic solution of a nonvolatile substance is a tincture (tinctura); an alcoholic solution of a volatile substance is a spirit (spiritus); a solution in vinegar is a vinegar (acetum); a solution in glycerin is a glycerol (glyceritum); a solution in wine is a wine (vinum); a solution of sugar in water is a syrup (syrupus); a solution of a mucilaginous substance is a mucilage (mucilago); a solution of an alkaloid or metallic oxide in oleic acid is an oleate (oleatum).
See also: solution of contiguity, solution of continuity.
4. The termination of a disease by crisis.
See also: solution of contiguity, solution of continuity.
5. A break, cut, or laceration of the solid tissues.
See also: solution of contiguity, solution of continuity.
Synonym(s): solutio
[L. solutio]


(so-lu'she-o) [L. solutio, explanation, solution] Solution.
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Entonces, el presupuesto es el valor de la expresion solutio pues, en ese momento historico, significaba la generica extincion de la obligacion, sea por remision o sea por pago.
During the stability study, poly(vinylchloride) minibags were filled with a solution containing 5 mg of ceftiofur sodium or cefquinome sulphate and diluted to 0.2 mg/mL with water for injections, sodium chloride (9 [micro]g/mL), glucose (0.05 mg/mL, 0.1 mg/mL, and 0.2 mg/mL), multielectrolytic isotonic fluid, pediatric fluid, Ringer's solution, Solutio Ringeri Lactate, and mixture of 9 [micro]g/mL sodium chloride and 0.05 mg/mL glucose (1:1 V/V, 1:2 V/V), depending on the test conditions.
As OA partition into and interact with SC constituents to make a temporary, reversible increase in skin permeability and after passing definite time, the equilibrium will be created; it is more important that the lag time must be in an agreeable range if topical solutio s possess lag time because they have less resident time on skin [24].
1., solutio 2a." In Scriptum super Libros Sententiarum Magister Petri Lombardi, a cura di P.
Est enim cupiditas immoderabilis rerum ueneriarum et ueretri tensio non spontanea, interdum etiam et iactatio seminis et contractus neruorum et postremo uirium defectio, id est solutio corporis.
(1744) Methodus inveniendi lineas curvas maximi minimive proprietate gaudentes, sive Solutio problematis isoperimetrici latissimo sensu accepti.
In 1735, Leonard Euler found that such a trip would be impossible, later publishing his proof in a paper titled "Solutio problematis ad geometriam situs pertinentis," or "The solution of a problem relating to the geometry of position." Euler seems to have recognized early on that the problem was not about geometry as it relates to distances and angles, but rather about the qualitative shape of the landscape and how different positions are connected.
In Example 3, exact solutio of the jerk vector can only be obtained in intrinsic coordinates (viz., the slope angle).
El proyecto First Mile Solutio tambien trabaja con el objetivo de proveer acceso a internet en areas remotas que no poseen este servicio.
541; PSEUDO-AGUSTIN, Solutiones diuersarum quaestionum, CPL 363, solutio 32, linea 3; QUODVULTDEUS, Sermo 1.
The name Solvias is synonymous with a promise: Solvias stands for solutions (Latin: solutio) and path (Latin: via).
"No other solutio company demonstrated this ability to meet our operation requirements.

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