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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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An oxygen in the solvated zinc acetate forms a hydrogen bond with the OH group of glass (the area labelled as "A" in reaction (1)), while the oxygen of PDMS forms a hydrogen bond with -H of the solvated zinc group (the area marked as "B" in reaction (1)).
The lifetime in compounds 1 and 3 increases significantly when the THF amount increases and this fact suggests better solvated and stabilized in this media of these compounds.
TABLE 1: Bond dissociation energies (kcal/mol) for compounds 1-4 in gas phase and water solvated (PCM) phase.
The activated state is less solvated than the reactants which restricts the motion of activated complex.
In electrolyte solutions, the interaction between lithium ions and organic solvents leads to the solvation of the former [6-8], which is undesired and should be inhibited due to solvated lithium ions being intercalated into graphite at more positive potentials than nonsolvated ones [9-12].
Next, the OBP model was complexed with the ligand found in the template structure, and the system was solvated in 7496 SPC-E water models [40] (without the addition of counterions) in a dodecahedron crystal cell of 71.92 [Angstrom] lengths (A, B, and C) with each angle set at 60[degrees] (alpha, beta, and gamma).
C2-30 fatty acid esters, paraffinic hydrocarbons and mixtures thereof; at least one synthetic wax having a melting point of from about 30[degree]C to about 100[degree]C; and at least one film-former selected from the group consisting of trimethylsiloxy silicate, dimethicone silylate and mixture thereof; a silicone gel composition comprising an organosiloxane elastomer solvated or dispersed in a nonpolar oil; and an alcohol-based composition.
These materials interact in a similar way to their volatile counterparts while remaining solvated in the final dry film.
As an explanation, increasing the degree of neutralization increases ionic carboxylate groups in the network, and this improves swelling because the ions are strongly solvated in an aqueous medium.
The solvated Alq powders were prepared using a vacuum concentration method from the ethanol or benzene solution, suggesting the recrystallization of the ethanol-Alq and benzene-Alq powders [26].
In their comprehensive review, Dukhin and Parlia state "There is no answer yet as to what molecules break-up and create the initial separated charges that are being solvated with non-ionic surfactants.
Clay minerals analyses were performed on three sets of oriented clay aggregates (untreated, ethylene glycol solvated, and heated at 550[degrees]C for 2 hours).