Definition of Insolubilizing
1. insolubilize [v] - See also: insolubilize
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insolubilizing
Literary usage of Insolubilizing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1904)
"Moreover this molecule could not have done any insolubilizing work or it would have ... The insolubilizing factor must therefore be the Cr.^Oj (chromium ..."
2. Practical Color Photography by Edward John Wall (1922)
"The exposed tissue must not be left too long between exposure and development, as the insolubilizing action, initially set up by light, proceeds in the dark ..."
3. The American Amateur Photographer (1890)
"... which is known by various other names—albertype, collotype, photo- gelatine, and a host of others, all alike based upon the insolubilizing effect which ..."
4. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1912)
"This solution acts upon the printed image, and an insolubilizing action proceeds upward through the film, and, at the same time, ..."
5. Code of Federal Regulations: Parts 170 to 199 Revised as of April 1, 2005 by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Staff (2005)
"... de—As cross-linking agent for insolubilizing a coacervate of gum arabic and gelatin. n-Octyl alcohol—As a defoamer. (4) In lieu of the components listed ..."