soap

A salt of a fatty acid. For example, sodium stearate is a soap made by neutralizing stearic acid. Commercial soaps are mixtures of fatty acid salts.
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Soap

In chemistry, soap is a salt of a fatty acid. Soaps are mainly used as surfactants for washing, bathing, and cleaning, but they are also used in textile spinning and are important components of lubricants. Soaps for cleansing are obtained by treating vegetable or animal oils and fats with a strongly alkaline solution. Fats and oils are composed of...
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SOAP

SOAP, originally defined as Simple Object Access protocol, is a protocol specification for exchanging structured information in the implementation of web services in computer networks. It relies on XML Information Set for its message format, and usually relies on other application layer protocols, most notably Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or...
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SOAP

(In topic `Web Development`) SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is a distributed Protocol  created as a means of using the existing Internet infrastructure to enable applications to communicate directly with each other. Unlike existing distributed protocols, such as DCOM & IIOP, SOAP is explicitly designed to be usable with firewalls in place ...
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soap

(sōp) any compound of one or more fatty acids, or their equivalents, with an alkali. Soap is detergent and used as a cleanser. green soap , medicinal soap , soft soap a soap made from vegetable oils other than coconut oil or palm kernel oil, potassiu...
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soap

[n] - money offered as a bribe 2. [n] - a cleansing agent made from the salts of vegetable or animal fats 3. [v] - cover with soap 4. [v] - rub soap all over, usually with the purpose of cleaning
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Soap

• (v. t.) To rub or wash over with soap. • (v. t.) To flatter; to wheedle. • (n.) A substance which dissolves in water, thus forming a lather, and is used as a cleansing agent. Soap is produced by combining fats or oils with alkalies or alkaline earths, usually by boiling, and consists of salts of sodium, potassium, etc., with the fa...
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soap

liquid ecstasy noun street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate
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soap

noun a cleansing agent made from the salts of vegetable or animal fats
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Soap

[shoes] Soap is the brand name of shoes made for grinding similar to aggressive inline skating. They were introduced by Chris Morris of Artemis Innovations Inc. with the brand name `Soap` in 1997. They have a plastic concavity in the sole, which allows the wearer to grind on objects such as pipes, handrails, and stone ledges. The company an...
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Soap

Soap noun [ Middle English sope , Anglo-Saxon sāpe ; akin to Dutch zeep , German seife , Old High German seifa , Icelandic sāpa , Swedish s...pa , Danish s...be , and perhaps to Anglo-Saxon sīpan to drip, Middle Hig...
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Soap

Soap transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Soaped ; present participle & verbal noun Soaping .] 1. To rub or wash over with soap. 2. To flatter; to wheedle. [ Slang]
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SOAP

A masonry unit of normal face dimensions, having a nominal 2 in. thickness.
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Soap

A masonry unit of normal face dimensions, having a nominal two-inch thickness.
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Soap

A natural cleaning agent produced by the reaction of a fat or oil to an alkali
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Soap

A natural cleaning agent produced by the reaction of a fat or oil to an alkali
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SOAP

A progress report in a patient record (subjective, objective, assessment and plans).
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SOAP

A protocol for client-server communication that sends and receives information 'on top of' HTTP. The data sent and received is in a particular XML format specifically designed for use with SOAP. SOAP is similar to the XMLRPC protocol except that SOAP provides for more sophisticated handling of complex data being sent between a client and a server. ...
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SOAP

a protocol for exchanging XML-based messages over computer networks.
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Soap

A salt of a fatty acid. For example, sodium stearate is a soap made by neutralizing stearic acid. C
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Soap

A simple cleansing agent, the sodium salt resulting from the combination of oils and fats with an alkali.
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Soap

A soap is a type of surfactant that is derived from the saponification reaction (hydrolysis) of a vegetable oil. A soap has a carboxylate group on the end which can form a complex with calcium ions in hard water. (This causes soaps to form precipiates giving rise to a 'soap scum'.) Soaps are often called fatty acid salts. Common soaps are:sodium ol...
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Soap

A sodium or potassium salt of a fatty acid of high molecular weight.
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soap

A substance which dissolves in water, thus forming a lather, and is used as a cleansing agent. Soap is produced by combining fats or oils with alkalies or alkaline earths, usually by boiling, and consists of salts of sodium, potassium, etc, with the fatty acids (oleic, stearic, palmitic, etc). See the Note below, and cf. Saponification. By extensio...
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SOAP

abbreviation: Spectrometric Oil Analysis Program
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