Origin of solute
Examples from the Web for solute
At Solute, for instance, we have vast refuse heaps of bones of animals.The Prehistoric World|E. A. Allen
The numerical value of the constant R is also the same for a solute as for a gas.
Let n be the total number of molecules of the solute, and n″ the number of dissociated molecules.
Osmotic pressure is in fact the gaseous pressure of the molecules of the solute.
The resistance which they oppose to the passage of different substances varies with the nature of the liquid or solute concerned.
British Dictionary definitions for solute
Word Origin for solute
Word Origin and History for solute
1890, "dissolved," from Latin solutus, past participle of solvere (see solve). In botany, "free, not adhering" (1760).