Definition of Insolubilized

1. Adjective. Made insoluble ¹



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Definition of Insolubilized

1. insolubilize [v] - See also: insolubilize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insolubilized

insolation
insolations
insole
insolence
insolences
insolencies
insolency
insolently
insolents
insoles
insolidity
insolubilities
insolubility
insolubilize
insolubilized (current term)
insolubilizes
insolubilizing
insoluble
insoluble soap
insolubleness
insolublenesses
insolubles
insolubly
insolvable
insolvably
insolvated
insolvencies
insolvency
insolvent

Literary usage of Insolubilized

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1. A Reference handbook of the medical sciences embracing the entire range of by Albert Henry Buck (1904)
"Both the iron and magnesium compounds must be removed from the stomach as soon as possible, since the insolubilized arsenic may be again resorbed through ..."

2. Practical Color Photography by Edward John Wall (1922)
"In this the gelatine in contact with the metallic silver of the image, instead of being insolubilized, is chemically etched or dissolved away. ..."

3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1912)
"In gum bichromate printing development takes place from the surface of the film, which has been insolubilized by exposure to light; consequently, ..."

4. Transactions of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society.: Horticultural Hall by Massachusetts Horticultural Society, W.D. Ticknor & Co, James Englebert Teschemacher (1885)
"... the re-solution of the insolubilized phosphoric acid and potash of the commercial manure, as well as of the difficultly soluble native food of the soil. ..."

5. Animal Proteins by Hugh Garner Bennett (1921)
"Processes are patented by which chrome leather is digested with lime to make glue, the chromium hydrate being insolubilized. ..."

6. International Annual of Anthony's Photographic Bulletin and American Process by Frederick J Harrison, W I Scandlin (1899)
"... which dissolves the albumen- gelatine compound in the parts not acted on by light; the others, being insolubilized, represent the picture. ..."

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