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Englisch - Türkisch
borcunu ödeyebilen
çözücü madde
ödeme gücü olan
{s} ödeyebilir
{s} gevşetici
çözümleyici şey
i., kim. çözücü, solvent. s
eritici sıvı
kim. çözücü
{s} çözücü

Bu çözücüler uçuculukları nedeniyle kullanıldıklarında atmosfere buharlaşırlar. - These solvents, due to their volatility, evaporate into the atmosphere when used.

Örneğimi sulandırmak için bu çözücüyü kullanabilir miyim? - Can I use this solvent to dilute my sample?

{s} rahatlatıcı
{s} eritici
(Biyoloji) solvent
(Tıp) Eritici sıvı, eriyik
çözücü/ödeme gücü olan
{i} çözümleyici
bütün borçlarını ödeyebilen (kimse/kuruluş)
{s} çözümleyen
(Askeri) SENTETİK KURU TEMİZLEME ERİYİĞİ, ERİTİCİ MADDE: Bak. "chlorinated hydrocarbon"
bütün borçlarını ödemeye muktedir
solvencybütün borçlarını ödeme iktidarı
eritici madde
solvent free
solvent extraction
solvent ekstraksiyonu, çözücü özütlemesi
solvent wastes
solvent artıkları, çözücü artıkları
solvent bank
(Ticaret) muteber banka
solvent compatibility
(Tıp) çözücü uygunluğu
solvent container
solvent kabı
solvent dehydration
(Gıda) çözgenle su giderme
solvent dehydration
(Gıda) çözücüyle su giderme
solvent drawing
ölçekli çizim
solvent dyeing
(Tekstil) çözülü boyama
solvent extraction
(Gıda) çözücüyle özütleme
solvent extraction
çözücü çıkartma
solvent extraction
(Kimya) çözücü eldesi
solvent fastness
(Tekstil) çözücü haslığı
solvent house
(Ticaret) sağlam ticaretevi
solvent reclamation
(Tekstil) çözücü geri kazanımı

Bu çözücüler uçuculukları nedeniyle kullanıldıklarında atmosfere buharlaşırlar. - These solvents, due to their volatility, evaporate into the atmosphere when used.

active solvent
aktif çözücü
basic solvent
bazik solvent
cold solvent washing
soğuk çözenli yıkama
fat solvent
yağ çözücü
inflammable solvent
yanıcı solvent
polar solvent
polar çözücü
selective solvent
ayrımsal eritici
synthetic dry cleaning solvent
(Askeri) SENTETİK KURU TEMİZLEME MAHLULÜ: Bak. "chlorinated hydrocarbon"
Englisch - Englisch
Able to pay all debts as they become due, and having no more liabilities than assets
having the power of dissolving; causing solution
A liquid that dissolves a solid, liquid, or gaseous solute, resulting in a solution
having sufficient funds to pay all debts
a liquid substance capable of dissolving other substances; "the solvent does not change its state in forming a solution" capable of meeting financial obligations
capable of meeting financial obligations
a liquid substance capable of dissolving other substances; "the solvent does not change its state in forming a solution"
{n} a fluid which dissolves a substance
{a} able to pay debts, dissolving, easing
A solvent is a liquid that can dissolve other substances. a small amount of cleaning solvent. industrial solvents. having enough money to pay your debts   insolvent stay/remain/keep solvent. a chemical that is used to dissolve another substance. Substance, ordinarily a liquid, in which other materials dissolve to form a solution. Polar solvents (e.g., water) favour formation of ions; nonpolar ones (e.g., hydrocarbons) do not. Solvents may be predominantly acidic, predominantly basic, amphoteric (both), or aprotic (neither). Organic compounds used as solvents include aromatic compounds and other hydrocarbons, alcohols, esters, ethers, ketones, amines, and nitrated and halogenated hydrocarbons. Their chief uses are as media for chemical syntheses, as industrial cleaners, in extractive processes, in pharmaceuticals, in inks, and in paints, varnishes, and lacquers
A substance that dissolves another to form a solution
A liquid substance that is used to dissolve or dilute another substance
Substance, usually liquid, in which other substances are dissolved Water is the most common solvent
A substance, usually a liquid, in which other substances are dissolved The most common solvent is water
Able to pay all debts
Having the power of dissolving; dissolving; as, a solvent fluid
A liquid that is used to dissolve other substances
The liquid, such as water, in which other materials (solutes ) are dissolved
(1) A liquid capable of dissolving other substances such as bitumen (2) A liquid that is part of a substance and is used to make that substance easier to work with Once applied, the solvent evaporates and leaves the working characteristics of the substance Examples are solvent-based adhesives and solvent-based mastics
A substance in which other material may be dissolved
Substance (usually liquid) capable of dissolving one or more other substances
A substance (usually liquid) suitable for, or employed in, solution, or in dissolving something; as, water is the appropriate solvent of most salts, alcohol of resins, ether of fats, and mercury or acids of metals, etc
A substance capable of dissolving another substance to form a solution The chief uses of solvents are as industrial cleaners, in paints, and in pharmaceuticals Many solvents are flammable and, to varying degrees, toxic as well
a compound, usually a liquid, that dissolves or disperses other substances TCE and PCE are common solvents used for equipment maintenance and degreasing
A substance, usually a liquid, into which another substance is dissolved (see HESIS Guide to Industrial Solvents)
A liquid other than water, which is capable of dissolving chemical substances
{s} able to pay all debts; capable of dissolving
{i} substance that is capable of dissolving another substance
A substance that can dissolve other substances
a substance capable of dissolving other substances
If a person or a company is solvent, they have enough money to pay all their debts. They're going to have to show that the company is now solvent. insolvent
A substance used for dissolving another substance
1) Capable of dissolving another substance; 2) The component of a solution that is present in excess or that undergoes no change of state
Able or sufficient to pay all just debts; as, a solvent merchant; the estate is solvent
solution capable of dissolving a solute
That which resolves; as, a solvent of mystery
A substance usually a liquid that dissolves other substances (called the solute) eg in a solution of water and sugar water is the solvent, sugar is the solute
a liquid used to dissolve another substance
an agent that dissolves
a statement that solves a problem or explains how to solve the problem; "they were trying to find a peaceful solution"; "the answers were in the back of the book"; "he computed the result to four decimal places"
a substance that dissolves other substances, thus forming a solution Water dissolves more substances than any other, and is known as the "universal solvent"
a dissolving, thinning or reducing agent An additive used to reduce viscosity of a screen printing ink, generally Specifically, a solvent is a liquid that dissolves another substance, such as a resin
A substance that dissolves, or makes a solution of, another substance
solvent abuse
The use, often dangerous, of solvent chemicals, such as industrial solvents and household solvents, for their neuropsychological effect, hallucinogenic, stimulant, or stupefying
solvent extraction
The separation of the components of a solution by partitioning between immiscible liquids
solvent abuse
Solvent abuse is the dangerous practice of breathing in the gases from substances such as glue in order to feel as if you are drunk. when someone breathes in gases from glues or similar substances in order to get a pleasant feeling, especially when they become dependent on doing this = glue-sniffing
cash solvent
Having the ability to maintain adequate cash on hand to cover incurred expenses
A substance which dissolves or holds another substance in solution such as common salt in water Solvents are used in some foods as carriers for flavors, colors, stabilizers, emulsifiers, antioxidants, and other ingredients
capable of dissolving another substance
Fluids used to dissolve or dilute oil paints and their mediums Turpentine, a distillate of pine resin, is good for thinning paints but should not be used for cleaning brushes Another solvent is Mineral Spirits, which is also known as "paint thinner " Unlike turpentine, paint thinner leaves no gummy residue, will not deteriorate with age, and does not cause as many allergic reactions Paint thinner is also less expensive than turpentine
according to PCC section 12200, reportable solvents are products typically used in industrial settings that include, but are not limited to, paint thinners and removers, halogenated solvents, asphalt testing solvents, flexographic plate wash, solvents used in hospital applications, and turpentines To count towards attaining the mandated goals, recycled solvents must contain at least 50 percent by weight secondary and postconsumer material, with at least 10 percent being postconsumer material
includes certain organic compounds in liquid form
Substances with the ability to dissolve other substances
plural of solvent
Include certain organic compounds in liquid form (See examples under "What is Taxable ")
Solvent is a very general term, which can be applied to any substance that is used to carry another chemical Water can be a solvent Many solvents are completely or almost completely harmless to the environment Many however, are very damaging, especially chlorinated solvents such as 1,1,1 Trichloroethane These types of solvents are used to carry fluorocarbon treatments onto a fabric
Liquids, usually petroleum based, that can dissolve solids and keep them in solution May contribute to pollution through evaporation
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