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sol·ute

 (sŏl′yo͞ot, sō′lo͞ot)
n.
A substance dissolved in another substance, usually the component of a solution present in the lesser amount.
adj.
Being in solution; dissolved.

[From Middle English, loose, porous, from Latin solūtus, past participle of solvere, to loosen; see leu- in Indo-European roots.]

solute

(sɒˈljuːt)
n
(Chemistry) the component of a solution that changes its state in forming the solution or the component that is not present in excess; the substance that is dissolved in another substance. Compare solvent
adj
(Botany) botany rare loose or unattached; free
[C16: from Latin solūtus free, unfettered, from solvere to release]

sol•ute

(ˈsɒl yut, ˈsoʊ lut)

n.
the substance dissolved in a given solution.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Latin solūtus, past participle of solvere to loosen]

sol·ute

(sŏl′yo͞ot)
A substance that is dissolved in another substance, forming a solution.

solute

A substance which dissolves in a solvent to form a solution.
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Noun1.solute - the dissolved matter in a solution; the component of a solution that changes its state
matter - that which has mass and occupies space; "physicists study both the nature of matter and the forces which govern it"
Translations

solute

[sɒˈljuːt] nsoluto
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He suggested I should stay for another trip and meantime dose myself with a certain patent medicine in which his own belief was ab- solute. "I'll tell you what I'll do.
Contract notice: Supply of pharmaceutical products: Medicines and pourable solutes
The objective of Portuguese scientists was to investigate the effects of ohmic heating on the extraction of pigmented solutes from Chlorella vulgaris, a green microalgae.
The CVVH segment is estimated to command the larger share of the global CRRT market due to the wide adoption of this modality among healthcare providers owing to its wide range of advantages (such as removal of solutes in large quantities, easy fluid balance maintenance, and superior outcomes) over other CRRT modalities.
Already by Stage 3, elevated solutes (hippuric acid, indole-3-acetic acid, kynurenic acid) may inhibit tubular excretion.
Bresler, "Simultaneous transport of solutes and water under transient unsaturated flow conditions," Water Resources Research, vol.
It will also show how these methods can be used to study the interactions between several solutes for the same binding agent and to screen the interactions of many compounds with a given biological target (5--10).
Hence, less water and solutes are delivered to the distal tubule and collecting duct and less are lost as urine [25, 26].
In block freeze concentration, a liquid sample is frozen and by means of thawing highly concentrated solutes is obtained, using some assisted techniques to improve the process [13, 14].
The transport parameters relative to Pe, R and D were obtained using the computational program Disp (Borges Junior & Ferreira, 2006), which fits the transport parameters comparing the experimental values of the solute concentration with those simulated using the solution of the differential equation of transport of solutes in the soil.

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