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solute

1. the component of a solution that changes its state in forming the solution or the component that is not present in excess; the substance that is dissolved in another substance
2. Botany, now rare loose or unattached; free
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solute

[′säl·yüt]
(chemistry)
The substance dissolved in a solvent.
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solute, dissolved solids

Solid particles of material (i.e., dissolved salts and dissolved organic materials) having a mean diameter of less than 0.000001 mm that are dissolved in water.
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where R is the gas constant, V2 is the specific volume of the polymer, V1 is the molar volume of the solute, P10 is the vapor pressure, and B11 is the second virial coefficient of the solute in the gaseous state.
Tracer tests have been commonly used for benchmark experiments for investigating solute transport in facture media.
The use of affinity chromatography and HPAC in competition studies is one way in which the interaction sites of a particular drug or solute can be identified and studied on a protein or other type of binding agent (8, 32).
The proposed theory allows the formal separation of the effects due to interactions between pairs of solute molecules and those due to the interactions involving three or more than three molecules.
In particular, hydrostatic stress distribution around the defined dislocation region was calculated to find the interaction energy between the solute hydrogen atom and the existing internal stress field.
Caption: FIGURE 2: Solute content in the concentrated solution and ice fraction as function of the cryoconcentration cycle for orange juice.
Vasopressin drip was discontinued on DOL 37 and low renal solute load formula (RSL) was started the same day.
Infant formulas have a lower protein content and therefore a lower renal solute load compared to products designed for patients aged over 1 year.
When the effluent reached the pre-established volume in the collecting container, an aliquot was collected, placed in hermetically closed glass container and maintained under refrigeration for later quantification of the concentration of the effluent solute (C) and relative concentration (C/[C.sub.0]).
Motivated to determine the effect of the chemical nature of the solute in the previously mentioned binary mixtures, Ohgaki et al., [6] swapped carbon dioxide with ethane, and reported results of the liquid vapor equilibria under isothermal conditions.
The Ca[Cl.sub.2] serves as a conservative/inert reference solute. In addition, we selected cartap and carbendazim as organic solutes as they are extensively used in Bangladesh as insecticide and fungicide, respectively.

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