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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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Supercritical fluids have the solvating strength of many organic solvents, but have higher diffusivity, lower viscosity and lower surface tension, which are major benefits in chromatography.
1 the equilibrium constants reflect the solvating ability of donors, the strongest of them shifting the equilibrium most to the left.
Both the alcoholic washing, which replaces water molecules that were solvating [Cs.
2] has a high solvating power like a liquid, but a low viscosity like a gas.
to market an advanced vapor degreasing (AVD) system combining a solvating agent that dissolves contaminants with a rinsing agent to remove the solvating agent and dissolved soils.
8 lb/gal and less Solvating plasticizers provide the best clarity.
A third class is known as neutral or solvating extractants.
ILs, a new class of solvents with unusual solvating properties are one of the most interesting and rapidly developing areas of modern chemistry, technology and engineering.
Included in the technology platforms were K-FLEX[R] high solvating coalescents, EPPALOY[R]/ HyPox[TM] epoxy resins, ERISYS[TM] reactive modifiers, Hypro[TM] reactive liquid polymers, Rurox[R] B benzoic acid, and Kalama[R] benzyl alcohol.
Used in plastisols and organosols, it offers low viscosity and solvating action.
Some act by penetrating, solvating and swelling the film whilst others chemically attack the resin.
Company literature describes a range of rubber plasticizers said to offer great solvating power and compatibility with polymers from natural rubber to low polar structures such as EPDM.
The silanes are liquids and have a solvating effect on the alkyd components.
5a), because the chains are fully solvated during the polymerization and they shrink less than do those of the corresponding systems in the absence of a solvating diluent.