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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A simple and precise spectrophotometric method was developed for estimation of sofosbuvir in dissolution medium based on spectrophotometric detection at wavelength 262 nm.
This method is precise, rapid and specific for determination of sofosbuvir in tablets dosage form and successfully applied for assay determination and in vitro dissolution studies.
Keywords: Sofosbuvir, GS-7977, Spectrophotometric, In vitro Dissolution.
In 2017, Twelve Oaks became the first strata corporation under British Columbia's new strata property dissolution rules to secure a court order confirming its resolution to cancel the strata plan, wind up the strata corporation, and establish the strata lot owners as tenants-in-common of all the property that had been within the strata property development.
(8) However, with a set of amendments in 2015, which came into force in 2016, the provincial government reduced the dissolution vote threshold to 80 percent of owners.
A thorough review of the historical background and politics surrounding the town's citizen-based dissolution effort is beyond the scope of this article.
165 addresses the formation, merger, and dissolution of municipalities.
At the moment, no monograph is described in any official compendium and few descriptions are available in the literature for dissolution test of Prasugrel.
Current study, therefore, develops and validates a dissolution test condition of Prasugrel in tablets to evaluate the drug's profile and contribute to quality control.