Definition of redissolve in English:

redissolve

Line breaks: re|dis¦solve
Pronunciation: /riːdɪˈzɒlv
 
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verb

Dissolve or cause to dissolve again: [no object]: it will not redissolve in dilute acids [with object]: precipitated whey can be redissolved in water containing caustic soda
More example sentences
  • The extracellular medium was redissolved in deionized water and extracellular polymers were precipitated by adding ethanol to reach a final concentration of 80%.
  • The cell-free filtrates were freeze-dried and redissolved in deionized water.
  • The supernatant was used for soluble sugar determination and the last pellet was redissolved in distilled water for starch determination.

Derivatives

redissolution

Pronunciation: /-dɪsəˈluːʃ(ə)n/
noun
More example sentences
  • The authors found a precipitation domain delimited by two lines: a horizontal line illustrating the polymer redissolution in excess of multivalent salt and a vertical line located at high polymer concentration.
  • Precipitation of NCP occurs for a threshold of divalent cation concentration, and redissolution is observed for further addition of salt.

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