dissolution

  1. the process of going into solution
  2. separation into component parts
  3. the termination of a meeting
  4. the termination of a relationship

dissolution

A form of chemical weathering in which water molecules, sometimes in combination with acid or another compound in the environment, attract and remove oppositely charged ions or ion groups from a mineral or rock.
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dissolution

Parliament comes to an end either through dissolution by the Sovereign or the expiration of a term of five years.
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Dissolution

- Termination of a CORPORATION.
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dissolution

(dis″o-loo´shәn) the process in which one substance is dissolved in another. separation of a compound into its components by chemical action. liquefaction. death.
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dissolution

(from the article `annulment`) legal invalidation of a marriage. Annulment announces the invalidity of a marriage that was void from its inception. It is to be distinguished from ...
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dissolution

(from the article `cementation`) The reverse process is called dissolution. There is evidence that dissolution has occurred in calcareous sandstones, in which case the calcareous ...
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dissolution

(from the article `liquid`) Since the dissolution of one substance in another can occur only if there is a decrease in the Gibbs energy, it follows that, generally speaking, ...
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dissolution

[n] - separation into component parts 2. [n] - the termination of a relationship
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Dissolution

• (n.) Destruction of anything by the separation of its parts; ruin. • (n.) The state of being dissolved, or of undergoing liquefaction. • (n.) The act of dissolving, sundering, or separating into component parts; separation. • (n.) Change of form by chemical agency; decomposition; resolution. • (n.) Change from a solid to ...
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dissolution

breakup noun the termination or disintegration of a relationship (between persons or nations)
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Dissolution

[chemistry] Dissolution is the process by which a solute forms a solution in a solvent. The solute, in the case of solids, has its crystalline structure disintegrated as separate ions, atoms, and molecules form. For liquids and gases, the molecules must be adaptable with those of the solvent for a solution to form. The outcome of the proces...
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Dissolution

[law] In law, dissolution has multiple meanings. Dissolution is the last stage of liquidation, the process by which a company (or part of a company) is brought to an end, and the assets and property of the company redistributed. Dissolution may also refer to the termination of a contract or other legal relationship; for example, the dissolu...
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Dissolution

Dis`so·lu'tion noun [ Middle English dissolucioun dissoluteness, French dissolution , from Latin dissolutio , from dissolvere . See Dissolve .] 1. The act of dissolving, sundering, or separating into component parts; separation. « Dissolutions...
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dissolution

1. The act of dissolving, sundering, or separating into component parts; separation. 'Dissolutions of ancient amities.' (Shak) ... 2. Change from a solid to a fluid state; solution by heat or moisture; liquefaction; melting. ... 3. Change of form by chemical agency; decomposition; resolution. 'The dissolution of the compound.' (South) ... 4. The di...
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dissolution

A chemical reaction in which a solid material is dispersed as ions in a liquid. Example: Halite (NaCl) undergoes dissolution when placed in water.
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DISSOLUTION

Another word for divorce, which is the legal termination of a marriage relationship.
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dissolution

disintegration looseness in morals 
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Dissolution

Generally, dissolving; but specifically, a USP test which determines how rapidly the active ingredients of a dosage form dissolve. The test is generally done with six tablets in containers with very specifically defined dimensions, stirring mechanisms, etc.
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Dissolution

Henry VIII's abolition of Roman Catholicism and the taking of Church land into the Crown.
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Dissolution

In order to commence dissolution proceedings the company must not have been trading for at least three months. The company can then be dissolved. This will legally break up a company that no longer wishes to trade.
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Dissolution

In the canon law on marriage, it means an action by an appropriate authority in which the bond of a valid marriage is terminated.
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Dissolution

n. A term used for divorce which since 1970 has officially been used in California. This modern, gentler sounding term is symbolic of a no-fault, non-confrontational approach to a marriage's termination.
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dissolution

separation into component parts
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dissolution

separation into component parts
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