Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • transitive verb To make (a substance such as a fat or lipid) soluble or more soluble, especially in water, by the action of a detergent or other agent.

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  • verb transitive to make something soluble or dispersible, especially by adding a detergent

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Examples

  • Here are some principles to pounds, chelates and polymers "solubilize" or help establish an effective blowdown program: combine with hardness (calcium and magnesium 1.

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  • Table 7 shows the ability of the organism to solubilize cellulosic substrates.

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  • To such established methods may now be added a range of new possibilities like the Purdue (Tsao) technique to solubilize cellulose, or microbial digestion with microorganisms, such as Aspergillus terreus, described by H.R. Srinivasan.

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  • Renmatix says its industrial-scale process breaks down cellulose through something called "supercritical hydrolysis," which uses water at high temperatures and pressures to quickly solubilize cellulose from sources such as wood.

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  • Video demonstrating F-500's ability to emulsify and solubilize Louisiana crude oil and disperse it in to the water column, allowing for rapid, natural bioremediation.

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  • Video demonstrating F-500's ability to emulsify and solubilize Louisiana crude oil and disperse it in to the water column, allowing for rapid, natural bioremediation.

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  • Video demonstrating F-500's ability to emulsify and solubilize Louisiana crude oil and disperse it in to the water column, allowing for rapid, natural bioremediation.

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  • Video demonstrating F-500's ability to emulsify and solubilize Louisiana crude oil and disperse it in to the water column, allowing for rapid, natural bioremediation.

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  • Video demonstrating F-500's ability to emulsify and solubilize Louisiana crude oil and disperse it in to the water column, allowing for rapid, natural bioremediation.

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  • Video demonstrating F-500's ability to emulsify and solubilize Louisiana crude oil and disperse it in to the water column, allowing for rapid, natural bioremediation.

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