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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A chemical process in which molecules that can break down other substances and dispersed molecules or ions combine to form a compound.

Usage examples (16)
  • Lipids are categorized by the fact that they have complicated solvation ...
  • It should be recognized that superelectrophilic reactions frequently proceed with only "electrophilic assistance" (solvation, association) by the superacids without...
  • On a molecular level, if the ink is soluble in water, water molecules surround the ink molecules, forming a little “solvation cage” because of the attractive forces...
  • Even the more typical, reliable reactions one might run are so dependent on so many factors people write books on nothing but solvation effects in reactions, for... for more
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