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solute

1. the component of a solution that changes its state in forming the solution or the component that is not present in excess; the substance that is dissolved in another substance
2. Botany, now rare loose or unattached; free
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solute

[′säl·yüt]
(chemistry)
The substance dissolved in a solvent.
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solute, dissolved solids

Solid particles of material (i.e., dissolved salts and dissolved organic materials) having a mean diameter of less than 0.000001 mm that are dissolved in water.
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The European Uremic Toxins (EUTox) Work Group, established by biochemists and clinicians working with uremic toxicity and its therapies, collaborated to develop the Uremic Toxins DATA BASE, an encyclopedic overview of uremic toxins and comprehensive reviews on all uremic solutes. (5)
The specific retention volume, Vg0, glass transition temperature, Tg; adsorption enthalpy, IHa; the sorption enthalpy, IH1S; sorption free energy, IG1S; sorption entropy, IS1S; the weight fraction activity coefficients of solute probes at infinite dilution, a|1a, partial molar enthalpy of solute probes at infinite dilution, IH1a; and Flory-Huggins interaction parameters, I12a; between polymer and solvents were determined in the temperature range of 493-343 K for poly(ABM) and 473-343 K for poly(ABM%41-coAN)-poly(ABM%71-coAN).
However, considering atmospheric actions, soil modification, and solute migration rule to study the long-term properties of the expansive soil treated by the lime in the highway subgrade would got closer to the practical results.
This approach has been employed to examine the interactions of many drugs, hormones, and other solutes with proteins or to measure the binding constants for a compound at a particular site on these binding agents (8, 10).
There have been a few case reports of managing central DI in early infancy using low renal solute load formula and chlorothiazide [14-16].
By centrifuging the frozen samples, the thaw occurs coupled to the application of the external force (centrifugation) that forces the solutes to separate from the ice.
Solutions with the same solute concentration were prepared adopting 2 treatments: one with common distilled water and another with magnetized distilled water.
One potential approach to achieve the objective of our study was to sample soil solution during a breakthrough or an impulse-response experiment and to analyse for concentrations of dissolved solutes. However, this would require both sophisticated extraction equipment and chemical instrumentation to analyse the small water samples.
Standard haemodialysis is effective at removing small solutes, such as urea, but is ineffective in removing larger toxins.
(1) It causes bile stasis leading to precipitation of solutes as bile sludge.
Our previous study demonstrated that the serum levels of several solutes are elevated in CKD rats [24].

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