solubility curve

solubility curve

[‚säl·yə′bil·əd·ē ‚kərv]
(physical chemistry)
A graph showing the concentration of a substance in its saturated solution in a solvent as a function of temperature.
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The nature of the nitrogen solubility curve of coconut protein concentrates resembles the nitrogen solubility curve of many oilseeds (14-16).
One of the Micro Motion Coriolis mass flowmeters has been vital for providing density and other information needed to establish a solubility curve for nahcolite at high temperatures.
1996) in the initial portion of the solubility curve, the hydrogen bonding of ACP will increase with EtOH concentration.
Comparison of the solubility curves for each baseline fuel has shown that the chemistry of the base fuel has little overall impact on the solubility curves.
In this study we used the turbidity method to determine the solubility curves in mixed solvent (chlroform) and nonsolvents (n-hexane, methanol, ethanol and isopropanol), at a constant temperature (303.
Solubility curves are shown in Figure 4 for the PP-CFC-11 system.
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We plotted data from the model on solubility curves specific to bleach plant filtrates.
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The booklet provides isoelectric points for the various amino acids, molecular formulas and structures and solubility curves.
The solubility curves for 45 and 65[degrees]C are linear for the tested pressure range.