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sol·vate

(sol'vāt),
A nonaqueous solution or dispersoid in which a noncovalent or easily reversible combination occurs between solvent and solute, or dispersion means and disperse phase; when water is the solvent or dispersion medium, it is called a hydrate.

solvate

(sŏl′vāt)
A compound formed by reaction between solvent and solute.
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The results of the simulations show that the additional angle and torsional strain accompanying the formation of hydrogen bonds in the solvated model kerogen can be balanced at the expense of negative VdW interaction energy appearing as a result of interaction with water molecules.
The XRD peaks of the n-alkylammonium saturated clay fraction of all the studied soils were sharper than those of the Mg-EG and Mg-Gly solvated soil clays.
Findings from the study, "Three isostructural solvates of finasteride and their solid-state characterization," showed that the newly observed finasteride forms were isostructural members to an already existing family of isostructural, finasteride solvates, and determined how each of the solvated forms could be converted to other forms through standard manufacturing processes.
The estimated Tg values of the fully solvated samples vary from -38 to 1[degrees]C when the silica content is increased from 3 to 15% w/w; see also Fig.
In solvents with a high DN but a low D (pyridine, cyclohexanone) the interaction generally stops at the stage of solvent separated ion pairs, with the cation strongly solvated while the solvation of the anion is weaker.
Moreover the changes occur in discrete steps as ions located in distinct sites in the zeolite are solvated.
We thought that the introduction of glycerol contributed to a prevention of re-aggregation of starch particles because glycerol still remained and solvated between starch polymeric chains.
David Coker (Boston) discussed his work on the surface hopping trajectory approach to nonadiabatic dynamics of excess electron relaxation in fluids that exhibit localized equilibrium solvated electron states and to electron ejection and trapping in glassy matrices.
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There is now a greater thickness of each particle in which polyethylene chains may be solvated in the mineral oil and diffuse.
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