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solution

(Answer), noun clarification, decipherment, determination, eludication, explanation, explicatio, exposition, finding, illumination, interpretation, key, reason, resolution, right answer, solutio
Associated concepts: equitable solution

solution

(Substance), noun admixture, amalgam, blend, combination, commixture, composite, composition, compound, dilutum, emulsion, intermixture, mix, mixture, solvent, suspension
See also: conclusion, denouement, determination, disposition, explanation, finding, opinion, outcome, panacea, remedy

SOLUTION, civil law. Payment.
     2. By this term, is understood, every species of discharge or liberation, which is called satisfaction, and with which the creditor is satisfied. Dig. 46, 3, 54; Code 8, 43, 17; Inst. 3, 30. This term has rather a reference to the substance of the obligation, than to the numeration or counting of the money. Dig. 50, 16, 176. Vide Discharge of a contract.

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The optimal choice of intravenous fluid replacement therapy for perioperative and critically ill patients remains highly controversial, especially after many studies on colloid solutions published by Boldt were retracted recently.
The optical properties (absorbance) of the Ag colloid solution and modified photoresist were evaluated by ultraviolet-visible light spectrometry (UV-VIS) using a spectrometer Avantes-2048 with the spectral range of 200-800 nm.
In a subsequent step, a colloid solution containing zinc oxide was obtained by sol-gel method and a zinc oxide thin film (seed layer) was deposited upon the aforesaid substrate under a spin coating process.
Are colloid solutions essential for the treatment of pediatric trauma or burn patients?
Packed red blood cells (PRBCs), fresh frozen plasma, units of platelets, and colloid solutions are typically used for this indication.
Colloid solutions contain large, osmotically active molecules that cannot escape from the plasma and so act to keep infused water within the intravascular space (see Figure 1, p20).