diluent

liquid added to dilute or thin a solution

Diluent

A solution used for the reconstitution of lyophilised material.

Diluent

Any liquid or solid material serving to dilute or carry an active ingredient and may aid in mechanical application but does not directly influence toxicity e.g. water in sprays, oils in sprays, finely-ground inert materials in dust.

Diluent

Any liquid or solid material used to dilute or carry an active ingredient.
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Diluent

the thinning agent used to dilute a fluid, usually water.
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Diluent

Dil'u·ent adjective [ Latin diluens , present participle diluere . See Dilute .] Diluting; making thinner or weaker by admixture, esp. of water. Arbuthnot.
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Diluent

Dil'u·ent noun 1. That which dilutes. 2. (Medicine) An agent used for effecting dilution of the blood; a weak drink. « There is no real diluent but water.» Arbuthnot.
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diluent

(dil´u-әnt) diluting or rendering less potent or irritant. an agent that so acts.
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Diluent

• (a.) Diluting; making thinner or weaker by admixture, esp. of water. • (n.) That which dilutes. • (n.) An agent used for effecting dilution of the blood; a weak drink.
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Diluent

A liquid used in coatings to reduce the consistency and make a coating flow more easily. The water in latex coatings is a diluent. A diluent may also be called a 'Reducer,' 'Thinner,' 'Reducing Agent' or 'Reducing Solvent.'
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diluent

Type: Term Pronunciation: dīl′yū′ent Definitions: 1. Ingredient in a medicinal preparation that lacks pharmacologic activity but is pharmaceutically necessary or desirable. In tablet or capsule dosage forms, this may be lactose or starch; it is particularly useful in increasing the bulk of potent drug substances with a mass to...
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Diluent

Any liquid or solid material used to dilute or carry an active ingredient.
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diluent

the thinning agent used to dilute a fluid, usually water.
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Diluent

A diluent (also referred to as a filler, dilutant or thinner) is a diluting agent. Certain fluids are too viscous to be pumped easily or too dense to flow from one particular point to the other. This can be problematic, because it might not be economically feasible to transport such fluids in this state. To ease this restricted movement, diluents ...
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Diluent

Fluid containing an energy source (fructose or glucose), chemical buffer, antibiotics and a cryoprotectant that is added to semen.
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Diluent

Any liquid that will dilute or thin a substance, as opposed to dissolving it.
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diluent

diluting
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