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solvate

(ˈsɒlveɪt)
vb
(Chemistry) chem to undergo, cause to undergo, or partake in solvation
[C20: from solvent]
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solv•ate

(ˈsɒl veɪt)

n., v. -at•ed, -at•ing. n.
1. a chemical compound formed by the interaction of a solvent and a solute.
v.t.
2. to convert into a solvate.
[1900–05; solv (ent) + -ate1]
solv•a′tion, n.
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solvate


Past participle: solvated
Gerund: solvating

Imperative
solvate
solvate
Present
I solvate
you solvate
he/she/it solvates
we solvate
you solvate
they solvate
Preterite
I solvated
you solvated
he/she/it solvated
we solvated
you solvated
they solvated
Present Continuous
I am solvating
you are solvating
he/she/it is solvating
we are solvating
you are solvating
they are solvating
Present Perfect
I have solvated
you have solvated
he/she/it has solvated
we have solvated
you have solvated
they have solvated
Past Continuous
I was solvating
you were solvating
he/she/it was solvating
we were solvating
you were solvating
they were solvating
Past Perfect
I had solvated
you had solvated
he/she/it had solvated
we had solvated
you had solvated
they had solvated
Future
I will solvate
you will solvate
he/she/it will solvate
we will solvate
you will solvate
they will solvate
Future Perfect
I will have solvated
you will have solvated
he/she/it will have solvated
we will have solvated
you will have solvated
they will have solvated
Future Continuous
I will be solvating
you will be solvating
he/she/it will be solvating
we will be solvating
you will be solvating
they will be solvating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been solvating
you have been solvating
he/she/it has been solvating
we have been solvating
you have been solvating
they have been solvating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been solvating
you will have been solvating
he/she/it will have been solvating
we will have been solvating
you will have been solvating
they will have been solvating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been solvating
you had been solvating
he/she/it had been solvating
we had been solvating
you had been solvating
they had been solvating
Conditional
I would solvate
you would solvate
he/she/it would solvate
we would solvate
you would solvate
they would solvate
Past Conditional
I would have solvated
you would have solvated
he/she/it would have solvated
we would have solvated
you would have solvated
they would have solvated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.solvate - a compound formed by solvation (the combination of solvent molecules with molecules or ions of the solute)
chemical compound, compound - (chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight
Verb1.solvate - cause a solvation in (a substance)
chemical science, chemistry - the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
2.solvate - undergo solvation or convert into a solvate
chemical science, chemistry - the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
change state, turn - undergo a transformation or a change of position or action; "We turned from Socialism to Capitalism"; "The people turned against the President when he stole the election"
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Other methods have applied co-solvents such as ethanol and acetone solvate to remove lignin, but they require very high reaction temperatures that also cause the remaining sugars to degrade.
It was unexpectedly found that at the same pH (2.1 in the study's case) phosphoric acid and sulfuric acid failed to solvate REE while gluconic acid "did a great job," according to the paper.
Lactose exhibits three polymorphs (anhydrous forms) and a solvate (hydrated form): anhydrous [beta]-lactose ([beta]L), unstable hygroscopic anhydrous [alpha]-lactose ([alpha][L.sub.H]), stable anhydrous [alpha]-lactose ([alpha][L.sub.S]), and [alpha]-lactose monohydrate ([alpha]L x [H.sub.2]O) [3, 7].
The dimethyl carbonate also has several conformations (at least 3) against acetone which has only one conformation (Figure 6), causing the possibility of DMC molecules in the highly aggregated solvate. Two structure conformations of DMC (Figure 6b) are favourable between DMC and KB which oxygen of DMC interact with metal atom of Si and Al of KB [44-46].
During chromatographic separation, alcohols solvate [sup.99m]Tc[O.sub.4.sup.-], transporting it from the origin to other regions in the stationary phase, but the process is affected by carbon chain length, as observed for water-soluble 1-propanol, which is less effective for the solvation of the inorganic anion.
Meanings of terms like ferromagnetic, solvate, and aprotic also were not recognised by majority.
He observed that PPP is following the footsteps of its leader Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto was making endeavours to solvate masses from the brutal clutches of poverty, joblessness and injustices.
Resins solvate asphaltenic aggregates by adsorbing to the faces of these aggregates, a process sometimes referred to as peptization (Figure 1a) (Kawanaka et al., 1989; Sheu et al., 1991; Speight and Moschopedis, 1979).
The extremely dense frozen crystalline melt or glass structure of rigid plastics effectively prevents penetration by most fluids that would otherwise solvate these materials.
The solvate (hydrate) layers, which thickness between two plates for separate hard bodies is experimentally defined, are formed because of the not- compensated molecular forces on a surface of a hard phase.
The powder diffraction pattern was indexed giving a unit cell and space group consistent with one molecule in the asymmetric unit (unlike the solvate structures with multiple parent, and often multiple solvate molecules in the asymmetric unit).