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Dissolve

To terminate; abrogate; cancel; annul; disintegrate. To release or unloose the binding force of anything.

The dissolution of something is the act of disorganizing or disuniting it, as in marriage, contracts, or corporations.

dissolve

(Disperse), verb atomize, decompose, diffuse, disintegrate, dispel, dissipate, dissolvere, evanesce, intersperse, liquefacere, melt away, radiate, scatter, spread

dissolve

(Separate), verb break apart, break up, demobilize, detach, disband, disconnect, disjoin, dismantle, dispart, dissever, dissociate, divide, divorce, part, set asunder, sever, split up, sunder, take apart, uncouple, undo

dissolve

(Terminate), verb abort, abrogate, break up, bring to an end, bring to conclusion, call off, cancel, cease, conclude, desist, destroy, disband, discontinue, dispose of, draw to a close, efface, effect a dissolution, end, erase, finish, halt, neutralize, nullify, obliterate, quash, render inert, revoke, split up, stop, undo, vitiate, wipe out
Associated concepts: dissolving an injunction
Foreign phrases: Eddem modo quo quid constituitur, dissolvitur.Anything is dissolved in the same manner in which it is made binding.
See also: abandon, abate, abolish, abrogate, annul, cancel, degenerate, destroy, disappear, discharge, discontinue, disintegrate, disorganize, dispel, disperse, dissipate, efface, eliminate, eradicate, erode, extinguish, extirpate, interrupt, nullify, obliterate, part, quash, recess, renege, repudiate, rescind, revoke, separate, sever
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Like most solids, gold's solubility (measure of how well a solute can dissolve in a solvent) decreases as the temperature drops.
Nevertheless, the general nature of how well the pellets dissolve follows a positive correlation with the flow rate of molten iron and proves that the Zr dissolution rate and recovery can be predicted.
The lower the pH of the water (increased acidity), the more likely it is to dissolve minerals.
Even its fat-solubles and multivitamins dissolve within 45 minutes.
When you dissolve sugar in boiling water to make syrup, keep a candy thermometer handy.
Once the residual Mg level in the molten iron is reduced to zero, the O will then dissolve in the faded iron to 4-6 ppm.
When the sugar dissolves, increase the heat to medium-high (and don't stir the mixture).
As ocean chemistry has slowly changed over the past 2 centuries, however, there's been a decrease in the range of depths at which the two most common forms of biomineralized calcium carbonate--aragonite and calcite--can dissolve.
As the tissue deposits itself onto the scaffold the porous silicon slowly dissolves away leaving just the new tissue.
In water, calcium carbonate can dissolve into calcium and carbonate (C[O.
To grow crystals out of homemade materials, you start with a simple solution--a uniform mixture composed of a solute (or a substance that can be dissolved) and a solvent (a substance that can dissolve other substances).
Mitzi's team developed a way to dissolve such higher-mobility materials in a liquid that could be used in a spin-coating process, leaving a very uniformly-controlled film.