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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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A final class is the acid extractants, the chemistry of which exhibits some characteristics which resemble chelate extractants and some which are similar to the solvating extractants.
When used in place of DOP, Kenplast G reportedly is more solvating than ester-type plasticizers, thus contributing to build in plastisols and enhance elongation.
In this case, the collapse of the internuclear chains occurs before all the solvating diluents have been removed.
This complexity generally increases as the polarity of the medium decreases; that is, the lower the solvating ability of the solvent molecules, the more the ions tend to interact with each other and other neutrals in the solution.
42 nm) with glycerol and generally also with ethylene glycol, while a low, smectite-type layer charge results in bi-layer formation with both solvating agents with resultant spacings of 1.
A supercritical fluid diffuses like a gas, while exhibiting the solvating strength of a liquid.
Geraldine Kenney-Wallace, MCIC, (McMaster) spoke on femtosecond laser studies of molecular motion in solvating liquids using the optically heterodyned optical Kerr effect.
CNI also has allowed patents that cover derivatizing the sidewalls of carbon nanotubes via covalent bonding, for assembling arrays of sidewall derivatized nanotubes, and for solvating sidewall derivatized tubes followed by removing the solvent and utilizing the resulting product.
In the first cleaning tank a mixture of 3M Novec HFE (Hydrofluoroether) and a hydrocarbon solvating agent, agitated by ultrasonics and the boiling action, removes gross contamination from the components.
As these highly refined products are produced through hydrotreatment, we can provide unlabelled naphthenic plasticisers with great solvating power and good compatibility with both polar polymers such as natural rubber and low polar structures such as EPDM.
The advantages of this approach include the solvating power of liquid mobile phases and diffusion coefficients closer to gases.
The solvating power of a substance increases approximately with the density (1).