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dissolution

A termination,as of an agreement,contract,corporation,or partnership.

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Once the residual Mg level in the molten iron is reduced to zero, the O will then dissolve in the faded iron to 4-6 ppm.
Shake pan to swirl ingredients until sugar dissolves.
In water, calcium carbonate can dissolve into calcium and carbonate (C[O.
Mitzi's team developed a way to dissolve such higher-mobility materials in a liquid that could be used in a spin-coating process, leaving a very uniformly-controlled film.
To grow crystals out of homemade materials, you start with a simple solution--a uniform mixture composed of a solute (or a substance that can be dissolved) and a solvent (a substance that can dissolve other substances).
It doesn't dissolve most polymers, oils, waxes, proteins, and salts.
Since all drugs must dissolve to be effective, HDDS has the potential to overcome various problems associated with drugs that otherwise dissolve more slowly than desired.
Soaking a crystal in water to dissolve it similarly causes layers of atoms or ions to detach from its exposed surfaces.
Detergents lifting dirt from clothes, paint disappearing into a turpentine-soaked rag and cellular proteins folding into their biologically active shapes all depend on the way chemicals dissolve in various liquids.
Indeed, the relationship is almost exactly linear: The more easily an anesthetic dissolves in a lipid solvent, the less it takes to induce an anesthetic state.
Besides being so specific, tPA dissolves clots rapidly.
Once it enters these deep, highly stratified lakes, the carbon dioxide dissolves and is trapped until some event upsets the delicate equilibrium and the gas comes out of solution.