Science / Chemistry / Soluble: Capable of being dissolved in a solvent (usually water).


Health / Vitamins / Water-Soluble: Water-soluble vitamins like B-6, C, and folic acid are easily absorbed by the body. Your body uses the vitamins it needs, then excretes excess water-soluble vitamins in urine. Because these vitamins a MORE

Fat Soluble

Health / Vitamins / Fat Soluble: Fat-soluble vitamins, such as A, D, E, and K, are absorbed by the body with dietary fats. Your body stores excess fat-soluble vitamins in your liver and body fat, then uses them as needed. Ingesting m MORE


Science / Chemistry / Insoluble: Refers to a substance that does not dissolve in a solvent to any significant degree. Compounds with solubilities of less than 1 g per liter of water are often referred to as 'insoluble', even though t MORE

Soluble Salt

Science / Chemistry / Soluble Salt: An ionic compound that dissolves in a solvent (usually water). MORE


Entertainment / Photography / Washing: Is the final part of the processing cycle, which removes residual chemicals and soluble silver complexes from the emulsion. MORE


Business / Machine Shop / Acetone: A colorless, flammable, volatile liquid used as a paint remover and as a solvent for oils and other organic compounds. MORE