undissolved


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undissolved

(ˌʌndɪˈzɒlvd)
adj
not dissolved; still in solid form
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Adj.1.undissolved - retaining a solid formundissolved - retaining a solid form; "undissolved sugar in the bottom of the cup"
unmelted - not melted; "streets unpassable because of piles of unmelted snow"
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What poor irreconcilable couples do is to just go their separate ways, and take on new life partners even with an undissolved first marriage.
The ointment contains undissolved crystals, but when 2 propellants, dimethyl ether and butane, are added to create a foam, the medications appear to dissolve and are better able to penetrate the skin.
Residents may experience a temporary drop in water pressure, a reddish color in water caused by iron deposits, and/or cloudy or "milky" water caused by undissolved oxygen that dissipates within a few minutes.
The recalled baby supplement has an undissolved citrus flavonoid, which could result in swallowing difficulties for sensitive individuals.
Weakly acidic enteric polymers, such as PMMAMA (e.g., trade names Eudragit[R] L100 and Eudragit S100) or HPMCAS, are useful for enteric protection (limiting drug release from the formulation in the stomach) or targeted drug delivery as the polymer remains undissolved until it becomes ionized at neutral pH of the intestine.
Using morphological clues from particle images, researchers have identified packaging materials, such as glass shards from the delamination of glass vials, excessive silicone oil from syringe lubrication, rubber stopper material, undissolved drug components, and metal shards from syringe needle insertion, in the final drug product.
Finally, the undissolved remnants were collected and weighed as gel mass.
The mixed solutions were stirred for 2 minutes and then filtered through filter paper (pore size (PS) of 11 [micro]m) to remove the undissolved particles.
According to the report, TSS measures the concentration of undissolved solid particles in water, such as silt, decaying plant and animal water, and domestic and other industrial waste.
He boiled, roasted and ate other parts of the body before throwing the undissolved remains in the River Thames.
A hydraulic fluid always includes some gas, mostly air, which is either dissolved or separated (undissolved).