exsolve

[ eks-solv ]
/ ɛksˈsɒlv /

verb (used without object), ex·solved, ex·solv·ing.

Mineralogy. (of two minerals in solid solution) to separate from one another at a critical point in temperature.

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Origin of exsolve

<Latin exsolvere.See ex-1, solve
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