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Capable of being dissolved: dissoluble airborne pollutants brought back to the earth as rain.

[Latin dissolūbilis, from dissolūtus, past participle of dissolvere, to dissolve; see dissolve.]

dis′sol·u·bil′i·ty n.
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Noun1.dissolubility - the property of being dissoluble; "he measure the dissolubility of sugar in water"
physical property - any property used to characterize matter and energy and their interactions
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Away from the sex abuse scandals, Pope Francis has courted deeper controversy within the church by saying that divorced and re-married couples should be allowed to receive Holy Communion, (although the church believes in the dissolubility of marriage) seeking more inclusion for homosexuals and allowing priests to grant absolution for abortion, all of which contradict Catholic teachings.For Pope Francis, it seems the gloves are off and his reform agenda is now openly under threat from Catholic conservatives.
A novel bio-vaterite in freshwater pearls with high thermal stability and low dissolubility. Materials Letters, 62, 1793-1796.
Abstract: Over the last forty years, a considerable number of theologians, moral theologians and canonists have offered many reasons in support of the de facto dissolubility of canonical marriage ratum et consummatum.
Deng, "Dissolubility and surface properties of a natural sphalerite in aqueous solution," Minerals Metal Process, vol.
However, this effect, which might cause the change of the analytical results, is considered to be relatively small since the dissolubility of the solution used in the present study (10-20 [micro]g/L) is rather high and the seawater samples before being analyzed are carefully filtered and acidified as described in Section 2.1.
This paper will discuss how we performed two basic studies to reveal the microstructure and dissolubility of the calcified enterolith by using citric acid solution.
Screening of the appropriate ratio of liquid-to-solid is very important during UAEE [6], which can facilitate the combination of the plant cells to the active site of the cellulase and the dissolubility of crude TFP in solvent.
More guidelines, regarding, for instance, the question on the dissolubility of marriage and gay concerns, are yet forthcoming-after the October synod, where these matters will be further debated.
This result can be explained by the different dissolubility of fructose and HMF in the reaction mixture.
In order to compare the dissolubility and processability of different ionic liquids on cellulose, four ILs including 1-allyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride (AmimCl), 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride (EmimCl), 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride (BmimCl), and 1-ethyl-3methylimidazolium acetate (EmimAc) were chosen as solvents to dissolve cellulose and elaborate regenerated cellulose films.
The morphology and dissolubility of these photocatalysts in natural water were characterized.
Hence, from Table 2, toluene was selected as common solvent because both blocks could dissolve well in it, and DMF was chosen to be a selective solvent on account of strong dissolubility for PMMA but weak solubility for PDMS (Table 3).