Definition of Dissolvableness. Meaning of Dissolvableness. Synonyms of Dissolvableness
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Definition of Dissolvableness
DissolvablenessDissolvable Dis*solv"a*ble, a. [From Dissolve, cf.
Capable of being dissolved, or separated into component
parts; capable of being liquefied; soluble. --
Though everything which is compacted be in its own
nature dissolvable. --Cudworth.
Such things as are not dissolvable by the moisture of
the tongue. --Sir I.
Meaning of Dissolvableness from wikipedia
(filmmaking), in film and video
editing, a transition between scenes Dissolve
(2019 film), a film by Kim Ki-duk The Dissolve...
- post-production process
of film editing
editing, a dissolve
a lap dissolve
) is a gradual transition
from one image
to another. The...
- The Dissolve
was a film review, news, and commentary website which
in Chicago, Illinois. The site was focused
of Ireland Dissolution
(chemistry), in chemistry, the process
into a solvent
to make a solution Dissolve
- of two or more substances. In such a mixture, a solute
is a substance dissolved
as a solvent. The mixing process
of a solution...
of a solid, liquid
or gaseous chemical substance called solute
in a solid, liquid
solvent. The solubility
of a substance
its first meeting
if not dissolved
earlier. The Governor-General can dissolve
only by also dissolving
(DAF) is a water treatment process
that clarifies wastewaters
waters) by the removal
of suspended matter
such as oil...
pulp, also called dissolving
cellulose, is bleached
wood pulp or cotton linters
that has a high cellulose content
(> 90%). It has special
- health hazard
to workers. In the body, crystalline silica particles
do not dissolve
over clinically relevant
periods. Silica crystals inside
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