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Solvency

The state of a company being able to service its debt and meet its other obligations, especially in the long-term. Solvency is a necessary condition for a business to operate. If a company is unable to meet its obligation, it is said to be insolvent and must undergo bankruptcy in order to either liquidate or restructure. See also: Insolvency risk, Accounting insolvency.

solvent

Able to meet debts or discharge liabilities. Compare insolvent.
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After fractionation of the crude extract with increasingly polar solvents, estrogenic activity was found in the methanol/water fraction.
allows investigating the behaviour of compounds in an environment that is less influential on their certain physical and chemical properties than are the polar solvents,
Polar solvents can be used as additives to lower resistance, but addition of nonpolar solvents usually is not effective in raising resistance.
Polar solvents are necessary to separate the charges developed by the dissociation and to limit the formation of trimers.
We have packaged our enabling technology into this unique new product that can replace polar solvents such as detergents and surfactants, alcohols such as ethanol and other broadly used solvents like DMSO.
In solvent mixtures involving polar solvents, the effects of preferential solvation are anticipated at the molecular solute level [2].
Elution with increasingly polar solvents resulted in the recovery of aliphatic, aromatic, and polar fractions in the amounts shown in Table 1.
Protection Shall Be Afforded From Those Chemicals That Are Classified According To The Following: Polar Solvents, A-Polar Solvents, Acids, Oxidizing Agents, Strong Bases And Weak Bases.
These bonds also resist breaking and forming intermolecular hydrogen bonds in the presence of strong polar solvents.
The effect of water on polyamide properties, such as the glass transition and the mechanical behavior, is well documented (3-20); due to the presence of polar amide groups along polyamide chains, strong interactions between polyamide and polar solvents like water can be formed.
When water reduction is the primary requirement, Dow Corning 88 Additive, a silane/siloxane blend, is effective and can be used both in acrylic emulsion paints containing polar solvents and in solvent-based systems.
Finally, noticeable shrinking, instead of swelling, was observed with several non-polar and polar solvents.