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Synonyms for solubility

the quantity of a particular substance that can dissolve in a particular solvent (yielding a saturated solution)

the property (of a problem or difficulty) that makes it possible to solve

the quality of being soluble and easily dissolved in liquid

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In addition, IGC has been used to provide information regarding polymer-solvent and polymer-polymer systems, including solubility parameters, interaction parameters, diffusion constants, enthalpies of mixing, surface energies and areas, adsorption isotherms, glass transition temperatures, melting point temperatures and degrees of crystallinity.
Glibenclamide, one of the APIs, has poor solubility in water.
Solubility is critical in achieving the required concentration of a compound for the desired pharmacological response.
In the research project, data on the solubility of carbon fibers from industrial applications in aqueous media will be obtained.
Solubility generally leads to swelling or volume expansion, though other important physical properties (especially those related to sealing) are also affected.
Comparison among the in vitro solubility of Cu in these two products was conducted in the previous experiments (Pang and Applegate, 2006; 2007).
Water sorption and solubility of each specimen was calculated by weighting the samples before and after immersion in water for 15 days and desiccation.
Low solubility is frequently cited as a leading barrier to effective anticancer treatments.
TechNavio's analysts forecast the global polymer-based solubility enhancement excipients market for OSDF to grow at a CAGR of 16.
Scientists at the University of Illinois undertook research to find the optimal processing conditions that would increase the solubility of isolated pea protein.
Two possible effects of water on the system are (a) lower the solubility of solvents and monomers in the polyethylene-water mixture or (b) plasticize the polyethylene resulting in increased diffusion rates.
The solubility of the sample spray-dried at 204[degrees]C increased as the temperature of water used in reconstituting the powder increased from 40 to 80[degrees]C as shown in Figure 1.
The presence of residual unreacted monomers acts as a plasticizer and may increase the water uptake, ions diffusion, and solubility of resin compounds [1417].
Skin accumulation as well as the solubility of chlorogenic acid in aqueous vehicles was much greater than for other polyphenols such as quercetin and genistein.