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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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Demand for green solvents that avoid any of a number of potential environmental pitfalls will advance at an above average pace, offering growth opportunities in many otherwise mature applications.
De-aromatic solvents, also called dearomatized hydrocarbon solvents or ultra-low aromatic solvents, are a class of hydrocarbon solvents that are characterized by the presence of paraffinic, iso-paraffinic, and naphthenic components with very low aromatic content (<2%).
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Bio-based Solvents6-Dimensional Assessment, finds that the total market value of bio-based solvents is expected to reach $8.
Volatile solvents used in gel spinning are commonly removed from the gel filaments by evaporation at elevated temperature [6], In the case of decalin, a preferred volatile spinsolvent for UHMWPE, solvent vapor from the evaporation process is typically recylced [6, 7], Recycling decalin vapor adds complexity to the spinning process not withstanding the potential dangers it introduces.
Although there have been a considerable number of experimental investigations on oil shale kerogen swelling in single solvents, there are few data found covering swelling in binary solvent mixtures.
It might seem that testing of incoming solvents is not particularly important and is less of a concern than deciding which ones to put in formulations in the first place.
The total market for Green Solvents and Bio Solvents has been analyzed based on the Porter's five forces model.
Solvent extraction; classical and novel approaches.
Demand growth for green solvents will significantly outpace that for conventional types, rising nearly four times faster than conventional solvents.
We found that laboratory workers who had worked with solvents had more than double of the rate of severe RP and have published the survey in the Journal of Rheumatology (3).
Health hazards associated with solvents include flammability, carcinogenicity, toxicity, mutagenicity, and a host of other ills.