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solvent

adjective able to pay, clear of encumbrance, creditworthy, financially sound, in good financial condition, moneyed, not owing, out of debt, owing nothing, with funds, with good credit
Associated concepts: solvent debt
Foreign phrases: Id solum nostrum quod debitis deductis nostrum est.That only is ours which remains to us after deduction of our debts.
See also: solid, solution, sound, substance

SOLVENT. One who has sufficient to pay his debts, and all obligations. Dig. 50, 16, 114.

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Figure 6 indicates that the compatibility order for PVAc-solvents mixtures tends to be: polar solvents > association solvents; this is also expected because the presence of ester groups in PVAc tends to solubilize itself with alcohols, and the vinyl acetate monomer of PVAc has a significant dipole moment.
Effect of annealing on phase transition in poly(vinylidene fluoride) films prepared using polar solvent.
Although most items listed in Tables 1-3 would not be expected to contain BPA, nevertheless almost all stressed plastic items tested leached chemicals having reliably detectable EA measured as %RME2 if extracted with both more polar and less polar solvents.
The red-shift effect might be attributed to the polar solvent in which the molecules were solvated significantly in the S1 excited state.
Delta-Omega's proprietary Vulcan(TM) Platinum 1% x 3% AR-AFFF has just received a UL listing in accordance with UL Standard 162, Liquid Foam Concentrate as a dual purpose hydrocarbon and polar solvent extinguishing agent.
The extraction principle is to dissolve the polar substances in polar solvents and non-polar substances in non-polar solvents [14].
Solvent Extraction by Maceration Method in the Polar and Non polar solvents e.
The principal idea is in realization of low-temperature (below 100 C) syntheses directly in polar solvents (water, dimethyl-sulfoxide, etc.
The binder is reported to offer high thermal properties, good surface and wetting properties, and compatibility with glycol and polar solvents.
While membrane associated polar lipids need polar solvents such as ethanol and methanol to interrupt the hydrogen bondings and the electrostatic forces between the lipids and proteins (Freedman et al.
Epoxies and cyanoacrylates are typically unaffected by non-polar solvents like gasoline and motor oil, but when it comes to polar solvents such as acetone and isopropanol, cyanoacrylates perform poorly.