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Words related to solvate

a compound formed by solvation (the combination of solvent molecules with molecules or ions of the solute)

cause a solvation in (a substance)

undergo solvation or convert into a solvate

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The other is from the ability of the more polar additives to solvate ions more effectively than the base oil alone.
The crystal structure of 5-bromonicotinic acid differs significantly from the solvate structures.
It has been proposed that the PL intensity of UV-irradiated epoxy resins is mainly affected by the concentration of OH groups that can solvate electrons providing stable trapping sites [34].
If the solvent is able to solvate both anions and cations and has dielectric constant D [greater than or equal to] 40 (water, formamide), only the equilibrium described by the overall constant [K.
Kishi, [mu]-Guanidinidobis[(terpyridine)platinum(II)] tris(hexaflurophosphate) acetonitrile solvate, Acta Cryst.
As the types of alternatives readily available will vary to a certain extent with geographical location, solutions different from the treated distillate aromatic extract (TDAE) and mildly extracted solvate (MES), as recommended and preferred in the European market, may be the preferred ones.
Parameters show the tendency of ionic liquids to solvate the dye in a greater extent than the organic solvent and according to the model the solvent formed by the interaction of an ionic liquid and an organic solvent is very polar.
It is important to know about the active chemical groups present on the surface of the solid which, in solution, may ionize or solvate.
As with liquids, similar structures tend to solvate into each other, so this is always a factor.
1, and the results suggest that the species in solution is the solvate InBr.