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soluble

(of a substance) capable of being dissolved, esp easily dissolved in some solvent, usually water

soluble

[′säl·yə·bəl]
(chemistry)
Capable of being dissolved.
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El-Mashad added that members of the Health Committee earlier asked the health minister to supply the Egyptian Pharmaceutical Trading Company (EPTC) with the soluble medicines, which would later be distributed to hospitals and pharmacies.
Under the terms of the agreement, Soluble will receive consideration with a total value of approximately USD 35m, plus warrants to purchase 4M shares of New Alliqua common stock at an exercise price of USD 1.
We could not be more excited to announce this transaction, as we believe the combination of Alliqua BioMedical and Soluble Systems will enhance our competitive position with a world-class portfolio of regenerative solutions, said David Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of Alliqua BioMedical.
Pursuant to the transactions, Soluble will contribute and transfer substantially all of its assets into a newly formed subsidiary of Alliqua (New Alliqua) and Alliqua will complete a holding company reorganization resulting in New Alliqua becoming the new public parent of Alliqua.
Asia-Pacific is the global leader in the consumption of water soluble polymers and this dominance is expected to continue till 2019.
It might be the biggest secret in the soluble coffee industry-Turkish-style instant coffee-but it is rapidly gaining an audience.
Water soluble fertilizers are high value, low volume fertilizers that are completely soluble in water and contain all necessary nutrients required by plants for healthy growth.
In the bone dry or bisque state fingerprints can disturb the soluble salt deposit on the clay surface causing a noticeable flashing or discolouration on the fired clay.
According to the study, published online June 16, 2011 in the journal Obesity, there appears to be a connection between soluble fiber intake and a reduction in visceral fat.
Insoluble fiber mainly eases the passage of foods through the digestive system and cleanses intestinal walls, whereas soluble fiber promotes actual changes in intestinal pH.