dissolution

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dissolution

1. the termination of a meeting or assembly, such as Parliament
2. the termination of a formal or legal relationship, such as a business enterprise, marriage, etc.

dissolution

[‚dis·ə′lü·shən]
(chemistry)
Dissolving of a material.
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4) Medications that have a long absorptive phase--namely, sustained-release, extended-release, long-acting, and enteric-coated formulations--show compromised dissolvability and absorption and reduced efficacy after bariatric surgery.
According to Rich, her company set out to formulate its products using proprietary ratios of key nutrients, flavorings and cutting-edge manufacturing methods to ensure that the end result was a vitamin supplement with an enjoyable mouth feel, dissolvability, solubility and delicious taste.
Assuming, arguendo, that one were forced to characterize the distinctive features of the injunction in terms of strength or weakness, some features (for example, contempt, prophylaxis) might suggest that it is a strong remedy, whereas other features (for example, the specificity requirement, dissolvability, the possibility of compromise) might suggest that it is a weak or narrow remedy.
The program uses a visual inspection, dissolvability criteria and thin-layer chromatography, which identifies compounds in a mixture and determines purity.