A kind of soluble cocoa prepared with arrow-root, but without sugar.
Does this indicate that the soluble salts have been washed out?
soluble glass has also been applied to painting on glass in imitation of glass staining.
On an average, about a third of its total nitrogen is soluble in water.
Some are soluble in water, as shown by the discoloration of the substances on which they grow.
This one line presents a number of problems, not all of which are soluble.
One of the proximate principles of wheat gluten, soluble in alcohol.
There is considerable hydrolysis of the lignocellulose to soluble products.
Sulphuric acid or sulphates is indicated by a soluble salt of barium throwing down a white precipitate insoluble in nitric acid.
The explanation is, of course, that chlorophyll is soluble in alcohol.
late 14c., "capable of being dissolved," from Old French soluble "expungable, eradicable" (13c.), from Late Latin solubilis "that may be loosened or dissolved," from stem of Latin solvere "loosen, dissolve" (see solve). Meaning "capable of being solved" is attested from 1705. Substances are soluble, not solvable; problems can be either.
soluble sol·u·ble (sŏl'yə-bəl)
Capable of being dissolved, especially easily dissolved.