solution pressure


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solution pressure

[sə′lü·shən ‚presh·ər]
(physical chemistry)
A measure of the tendency of molecules or atoms to cross a bounding surface between phases and to enter into a solution.
A measure of the tendency of hydrogen, metals, and certain nonmetals to pass into solution as ions.
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The "multi-channel solution pressure system" to be procured is to be used at the chair of microsystems engineering at the institute for semiconductor and microsystems technology of the tu dresden.
Contract notice: Backup solution pressure and kuvertierzentrum.
The intersection of the critical pressure with the solution pressure determines the phase separation point along the die length.
Gas diffusion into the cells results from the decrease in solubility as the solution pressure decreases along the die channel.
The correlation between the solution pressure and the temperature shows the saturation state.
In general, the solution pressure links shaping to cell growth and cell growth to nucleation.
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