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n.1.Capacity of being dissolved; solubility.
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The reason why P(GL-CL) copolymer could not synthesis through one-pot-one-steps process might be that the coloration or decomposition of polymer was induced by the polar dissolvability of CL.
The technologies in this business unit: deliver innovative solutions that enable the tapping of oil and gas resources; optimize manufacturing with additives that minimize friction and heat in mechanical processes, manage the oil-water interface and facilitate dissolvability; advance energy efficiency solutions in white goods; and enable infrastructure material properties through unique modifiers and additives.
The calcium hydroxide level is appropriate in that it enables the 10% fly ash pozzolanic reactions without leaving a significant excess of free calcium hydroxide, a less desirable hydration product due to its dissolvability. The fly ash to cement ratio is discussed subsequently.
Although the dissolvability, bioavailability, and other druggable properties of norathyriol should be improved, norathyriol and its derivate would be the promising drugs for diabetic therapy.