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  • verb Present participle of redissolve.

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Examples

  • If rain falls, it is soon redissolved from the earth, and during the heaviest showers the air is really transparent, no fog or mist remaining, most frequently, after the rain ceases; while at the same time great masses of cloud above attest the entire saturation of the strata in which they float, and whence the rain has proceeded.

    Census of the City of Charleston, South Carolina, For the Year 1861. Illustrated by Statistical Tables. Prepared under the Authority of the City Council by Frederick A. Ford

  • It has been suggested that the ultrabasic rocks, containing olivine, magnesium-rich pyroxenes, and amphiboles are first altered by hydrothermal processes to form the serpentine minerals; in a later metamorphic event, the serpentines are partially redissolved and crystallized as chrysotile fibers.

    Geology of asbestos

  • Alcohol (isopropanol) precipitation concentrates the eluted plasmid DNA, which is collected by centrifugation, washed, and redissolved in buffer.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • The sucrose is whitened by the technique of decolorization, in which granular carbon—a material like activated charcoal that can absorb undesirable molecules on its large surface area—is added to the centrifuged, redissolved sugar.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • The sucrose is whitened by the technique of decolorization, in which granular carbon—a material like activated charcoal that can absorb undesirable molecules on its large surface area—is added to the centrifuged, redissolved sugar.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • The sun was setting, and a gentle southerly breeze, striking against the southern side of the rock, mingled its current with the colder air above; and the vapour was thus condensed: but as the light wreaths of cloud passed over the ridge, and came within the influence of the warmer atmosphere of the northern sloping bank, they were immediately redissolved.

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • The sun was setting, and a gentle southerly breeze, striking against the southern side of the rock, mingled its current with the colder air above; and the vapour was thus condensed: but as the light wreaths of cloud passed over the ridge, and came within the influence of the warmer atmosphere of the northern sloping bank, they were immediately redissolved.

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • The gaseous ammonia is then redissolved in water in the generator (B) and the cycle can start over.

    5 Fish Processing and Preservation

  • Measure out a volume 0.118 v of the stock solution into a separate vessel, and add to it a 5 per cent solution of ammonium hydrate, with proper precautions, so that the precipitate at first formed is all but redissolved after vigorous shaking.

    On Laboratory Arts

  • A saturated solution of sodium sulphite (neutral) is prepared, and into this a 10 per cent solution of nitrate of silver is poured so long as the precipitate formed is redissolved.

    On Laboratory Arts

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