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insoluble

incapable of being dissolved; incapable of forming a solution, esp in water

insoluble

[in′säl·yə·bəl]
(chemistry)
Incapable of being dissolved in another material; usually refers to solid-liquid or liquid-liquid systems. Abbreviated insol.
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Translocation of ultrafine insoluble iridium particles from lung epithelium to extrapulmonary organs is size dependent but very low.
Where the fertilizer used contains 15 percent to 29 percent of the total nitrogen as water insoluble or controlled-release nitrogen:
Unfortunately, the available literature contains no information regarding the magnetic properties of insoluble particles at the temperature of liquid aluminum alloy.
The insoluble EMA fraction is also reported on Fig.
For analysis, total N, soluble N, buffer-insoluble N, and undegradable buffer insoluble N were converted to percentage crude protein (CP), soluble protein (SP), buffer-insoluble protein (IP), and undegradable buffer insoluble protein (UIP) by multiplying N content by 6.
But almost all the radioactivity was in the insoluble impurity and very little in the uranium compound.
In case you don't always follow this advice, use this chart to make simple trade-offs that will increase your intake of both soluble and insoluble fiber.
Dietary fiber comes from plants and consists of both soluble and insoluble fiber.
Whole grains, nuts, and seeds are plentiful in insoluble fiber.
Led by University of Wisconsin-Madison geoscientist Eric Roden, the new research shows that iron oxide-breathing bacteria can also 'mineral-breathe' with insoluble organic substances, formed when plants and other organic materials biodegrade in soils and sediments.
The composition is substantially free of substantially insoluble oily compounds and has a transmittance of 25% or more.