- n. Plural form of solute.
“If I take a glass of seawater and add a teaspoon of salt what gets kicked out or do the proportions of the ions/solutes merely change and nothing gets kicked out?”
“In his theory, heating raises the freezing point of water by driving off solutes such as carbon dioxide, which means heating water increases the chance that it will freeze first, rather than it being purely random as Brownridge suggests.”
“Precipitation is a variable and complex mixture of particulates and solutes derived from local sources and long-range transport.”
“You must heat the liquid with solutes higher to get the vapor pressure in it to equal the atmospheric pressure, so it has a higher boiling point.”
“It has not been convincingly demonstrated that very dilute solutions of amino acids mixed with other organic solutes can assemble into polymeric structures in simulated early Earth environments.”
“Best friend tonight, it is me, your humble beneficiary that solutes you.”
“The mechanical motion of the water and the introduction of bubbles into the system is also beneficial in maintaining a reasonable and healthful mixture of solutes and gasses in solution.”
“Osmosis is the movement of water (red dots) through a semipermeable membrane to a higher concentration of solutes (blue dots).”
“Colligative freezing point depression is simply the addition of low molecular weight solutes to the body fluids, exactly as occurs in normal cryoprotectant use.”
“The solutes must be non-toxic in the concentrations required (molar), excluding many salts and small organic molecules.”
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