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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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Table-3: Calculation of overall solubility parameter using the molar heat of vaporization at 25AdegC for solvents and amines by using Hildebrand method.
Those who have been smokers with solvent exposure and the MS genes are 30 times more likely to develop MS than those who have never smoked or been exposed to solvents and who do not have the genetic risk factors, said the study.
People with exposure to paint or other solvents are 50 percent more likely to develop MS than people without it.
Demand for green solvents that avoid any of a number of potential environmental pitfalls will advance at an above average pace, offering growth opportunities in many otherwise mature applications.
Major players in de-aromatic solvents market have channelized efforts towards developing eco-friendly or green product offerings that employ bio-based raw materials for their synthesis and, thus, eventually do away with the use of conventional solvents in certain applications.
For effective industrial applications, enzymes must be active and stable at high concentrations of organic solvents, such that sufficient amounts of product can be recovered while contaminants and side reactions are eliminated (5).
The mechanical solvent removal method investigated in this study applies to both volatile and nonvolatile spin solvents; however, the focus of this study was on decahydronaphthalene.
Solvents are used in coatings for a variety of reasons.
US solvents demand will continue to rebound from its recessionary lows, rising 1.5 percent per year in volume terms through 2016 to 10.9 billion pounds.
We found that laboratory workers who had worked with solvents had more than double of the rate of severe RP and have published the survey in the Journal of Rheumatology (3).