They represent a special hazard because of the fact that despite their insolubility
in pure water and pure air, they dissolve in the water, which contains humic acids or fulvic acids from the soil humus.
It used a model of external radiation, assumed insolubility
of DU, and based acceptable radiation doses on research done with uranium-industry workers.
Both oxalate and phytate inhibit calcium absorption, but oxalate is a more potent inhibitor because of the degree of insolubility
of the oxalate-calcium complex.
In fact, the insolubility
of this issue is largely responsible for the failure of the 2000 Camp David talks where Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak broke taboos by showing a willingness to share control over Jerusalem with the Palestinians.
Budner (1962) defined ambiguous situations as those that involved novelty, complexity, or insolubility
The heterogeneity of kerogens and their insolubility
in usual organic solvents render the determination of the structure of this sedimentary organic matter very difficult.
However, their insolubility
has hindered quantitative investigations.
5] M, the effect on proliferation could not be examined due to the insolubility
of this chemical.
Additives are available for specific uses where partial or complete insolubility
to water is desired.
Quite the contrary: he was the poet of insolubility
, who saw passion as unavoidable, necessary, and destructive at the same time.
The sense of identity that emerges from this dialogue of differences is characterised by its insolubility
The PCZ active ingredient was not tested by itself due to its insolubility
in the medium used.