A sol is a colloidal suspension of very small solid particles in a continuous liquid medium. Sols are quite stable and show the Tyndall effect. Examples include blood, pigmented ink, cell fluids and paint.
Artificial sols may be prepared by dispersion or condensation. Dispersion techniques include grinding solids to colloidal dimensions by ball milling and Bredig's arc method. The stability of sols may be maintained by using dispersing agents.
Sols are commonly used in preparing sol-gels.
Sól ( Old Norse "Sun") or Sunna ( Old High German, and existing as an Old Norse and Icelandic synonym: see Wiktionary sunna, "Sun") is the Sun personified in Germanic mythology. One of the two Old High German Merseburg Incantations, written in the 9th or 10th century CE, attests that Sunna is the sister of Sinthgunt. In Norse mythology, Sól is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson.
In both the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda she is described as the sister of the personified moon, Máni, is the daughter of Mundilfari, is at times referred to as Álfröðull, and is foretold to be killed by a monstrous wolf during the events of Ragnarök, though beforehand she will have given birth to a daughter who continues her mother's course through the heavens. In the Prose Edda, she is additionally described as the wife of Glenr. As a proper noun, Sól appears throughout Old Norse literature. Scholars have produced theories about the development of the goddess from potential Nordic Bronze Age and Proto-Indo-European roots.
Sol is the Latin name for the Sun.
Sol or SOL may also refer to:
Sól may refer to:
- Sól (Sun), a goddess associated with the sun in Germanic mythology
- Sól, Lublin Voivodeship, east Poland
- Sól, Masovian Voivodeship, east-central Poland
- Sól, Silesian Voivodeship, south Poland
- Sowilo rune or Sól
soL (meaning of "Left" in Turkish) is a left-leaning newspaper in Turkey.
Sol (production company)
SOL is an Indian production company best known for making non fiction shows in India.
Sol Moravia-Rosenberg (born December 7, 1988), better known as Sol or Solzilla, is an American hip hop artist. In 2012, he released his second studio album Yours Truly, which received critical acclaim and rose to number one on the iTunes U.S. Hip-Hop Albums Chart while also charting on Billboard's Heatseekers Chart. Sol has collaborated with other artists such as the Macklemore, Blue Scholars, Grynch, and The Physics.
They released their first indie EP, Small Vacations, in 1996. That same year, they also performed a rendition of "Blue Tattoo" on A Tribute to Hard Core Logo. In 1997, they released their full-length debut, Lucinda.
The band toured Canada several times, and had singles on campus and community radio. They won an East Coast Music Award for Best Alternative Artist in 1999, but disbanded due to creative differences the same year. A live album was released in 2000.
All three members continue to make music on their own.
Sol was the solar deity in Ancient Roman religion. It was long thought that Rome actually had two different, consecutive sun gods. The first, Sol Indiges, was thought to have been unimportant, disappearing altogether at an early period. Only in the late Roman Empire, scholars argued, did solar cult re-appear with the arrival in Rome of the Syrian Sol Invictus, perhaps under the influence of the Mithraic mysteries. Recent publications have challenged the notion of two different sun gods in Rome, pointing to the abundant evidence for the continuity of the cult of Sol, and the lack of any clear differentiation - either in name or depiction - between the "early" and "late" Roman sun god.
Sol is a fictional character written for and performed on stage by Marc Favreau.
Sol is a clown who handily deconstructs the French language, to the amusement of adults as well as toddlers. Sol mostly appears alone on stage and recites comic monologues dealing with current social and political issues.
Sol began as a regular on La Boîte à surprise, a long-running children's television show on the French language Radio-Canada network. At that time, the act was called Bim et Sol. The character proved popular so Marc Favreau developed Sol's monologues into a one-man show. Favreau then teamed up with another clown for Sol et Bouton. He also appeared on a popular television series called Sol et Gobelet opposite Luc Durand. Sol also appeared on a television series on TVOntario called Parlez-moi, which taught basic French, as it is spoken in Quebec and other parts of Canada.
Sol (given name)
Sol is a given name, usually a form of " Solomon". Notable people with the name include:
- Sol Bloom (1870–1949), member of the U.S. House of Representatives and entertainment entrepreneur
- Sol Brodsky (1923–1984), American comic book artist and key Marvel Comics executive
- Sol Campbell (born 1974), English footballer
- Sol Davis (born 1979), English footballer
- Sol Gabetta (born 1981), Argentinian cellist
- Sol Hachuel (1817–1834), Jewish martyr and heroine
- Sol Halperin (1902-1977), American special effects artist
- Sol Hoopii (1902–1953), Hawaiian guitarist
- Sol Hurok (1888–1974), American impresario
- Sol Kaplan (1919–1990), American film and television music composer
- Sol Kerzner (born 1935), South African businessman
- Sol Lesser (1890–1980), American film producer
- Sol LeWitt (1928–2007), American artist
- Sol Linowitz (1913–2005), American diplomat, lawyer, and businessman
- Sol Plaatje (1876–1932), South African intellectual, journalist, linguist, politician, translator, and writer
- Sol Price (1916–2009), American businessman and founder of FedMart and Price Club
- Sol Saks, creator of the television comedy show Bewitched
- Sol Schoenbach (1915–1999), American bassoonist, teacher and pedagogue
- Sol C. Siegel (1903–1982), American reporter and film producer
- Sol Spiegelman (1914–1983), American molecular biologist
- Sol Star (1840–1917), businessman and politician
- Sol Tax (1907–1995), American anthropologist
- Solomon Trujillo (born 1951), American businessman
- Sol Wachtler (born 1930), American lawyer, politician, and disgraced ex-judge
The SOL is a rugged, waterproof solar-powered laptop computer intended for use in African schools that do not have access to an electrical network. Sol was created by London, Ontario-based WeWi Telecommunications.
The laptop is preloaded with the Ubuntu variant of Linux.
Sol (Madrid Metro)
Sol is a station on Line 1, Line 2 and Line 3 of the Madrid Metro. It is located in Zone A and is the most central station on the Metro, located at the Puerta del Sol square. Thanks to its position, it is one of the busiest stations of Madrid Metro.
Sol is the second studio album by American electronic musician Eskmo. It was released in March 2015 under Apollo Records.
Sol is a ward (barrio) of Madrid belonging to the district of Centro.
Category:Wards of Madrid Category:Centro (Madrid)
sol is a file format for representing solutions of mathematical programming problems. It is often used in conjunction with the nl format to return solutions from the solvers. Initially this format has been invented for connecting solvers to AMPL but then it has been adopted by other systems such as FortSP for interacting with external solvers.
The sol format is low-level and is designed for compactness not for readability. It has both binary and textual representation. Many solvers such as CPLEX, Gurobi and MOSEK can produce files in this format either directly or through special driver programs.
The AMPL Solver Library (ASL) which allows among other things to read and write the sol files is open-source. It is used in many solvers to implement AMPL connection.
Sol is a 2014 Canadian documentary film by Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Susan Avingaq about Solomon Uyarasuk , a musician/circus performer who died in police custody in Igloolik, Nunavut. The film questions the claims by the local Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachment that Uyarasuk hanged himself in his cell, and also explores the wider issue of Nunavut's very high suicide rate.
The film played at the 2014 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in Toronto.
The film subsequently won the Grand Prize for Best Canadian Feature at the RIDM Montreal International Documentary Festival and was included in the list of "Canada's Top Ten" feature films of 2014, selected by a panel of filmmakers and industry professionals organized by TIFF.
On March 8, 2016, it was named Best Documentary Program at the 4th Canadian Screen Awards.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
G \G\ (j[=e])
G is the seventh letter of the English alphabet, and a vocal consonant. It has two sounds; one simple, as in gave, go, gull; the other compound (like that of j), as in gem, gin, dingy. See Guide to Pronunciation, [sect][sect] 231-6, 155, 176, 178, 179, 196, 211, 246.
Note: The form of G is from the Latin, in the alphabet which it first appeared as a modified form of C. The name is also from the Latin, and probably comes to us through the French. Etymologically it is most closely related to a c hard, k y, and w; as in corn, grain, kernel; kin L. genus, Gr. ?; E. garden, yard; drag, draw; also to ch and h; as in get, prehensile; guest, host (an army); gall, choler; gust, choose. See C.
(Mus.) G is the name of the fifth tone of the natural or model scale; -- called also sol by the Italians and French. It was also originally used as the treble clef, and has gradually changed into the character represented in the margin. See Clef. G[sharp] (G sharp) is a tone intermediate between G and A.
Etymology 1 alt. (context music English) The fifth step in the solfège scale of C (Ut), preceded by fa and followed by la. n. (context music English) The fifth step in the solfège scale of C (Ut), preceded by fa and followed by la. Etymology 2
n. 1 (label en astronomy) A solar day on Mars (equivalent to 24 hours, 39 minutes, 35 seconds). 2 (label en obsolete alchemy) gold Etymology 3
n. A Spanish-American gold or silver coin, now the main currency unit of Peru ''(also '''new sol''')'', or a coin of this value. Etymology 4
n. (label en physical chemistry) A type of colloid in which a solid is dispersed in a liquid. Etymology 5
n. An old French coin consisting of 12 deniers.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"the sun personified," mid-15c. (also in Old English), from Latin sol "the sun, sunlight," from PIE *s(e)wol-, variant of root *saewel- "the sun" (cognates: Sanskrit suryah, Avestan hvar "sun, light, heavens;" Greek helios; Lithuanian saule; Old Church Slavonic slunice; Gothic sauil, Old English sol "sun," swegl "sky, heavens, the sun;" Welsh haul, Old Cornish heuul, Breton heol "sun;" Old Irish suil "eye").\n
\nThe PIE element -*el- in the root originally was a suffix and had an alternative form -*en-, yielding *s(u)wen-, source of English sun (n.). French soleil (10c.) is from Vulgar Latin *soliculus, diminutive of sol; in Vulgar Latin diminutives had the full meaning of their principal words.
(Roman mythology) ancient Roman god; personification of the sun; counterpart of Greek Helios
[also: soles (pl)]
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Usage examples of "sol".
Since the foldlines were aligned with the spiral arm that contains Sol, humanity found it easiest to expand along the axis of the arm.
Sol Draconi Septem and hear the sibilant hissings and see the deadly actions of Scylla, Gyges, Briareus, and Nemes on Vitus-Gray-Balianus B.
Broder and Eastham had in common: When Sol Broder left the Hudson facility, Warren Eastham occupied his old cell.
Louis XI, crois-tu que ce soit pour de pareils oiseaux que nous faisons faire des cages de trois cent soixante-sept livres huit sols trois deniers?
Points, tiny dimensionless points of light, save one, a tiny disc of blue-white flame, old Sol from a distance of close to one billion miles, and under slight reverse magnification.
I present the First Place Platinum Plaque and possession of the El Sol Doubloon to Captain Miles Glover and the crew of New Pride of Baltimore!
He watched with perfectly settled emotions as the energetic Miles Glover jaunted up to the podium to accept the El Sol Doubloon on behalf of his cheering crew, and bowed to the applause of millions.
Spanish John had once or twice been hailed by that title facetiously by men and women who had been to the Costa del Sol.
Sol, Luna, Tellus, Neptunus, Orcus, Proserpina, in part of moral and social qualities and states, such as Febris, Salus, Mens, Spes, Pudicitia, Pietas, Fides, Concordia, Virtus, Bellona, Victoria, Pax, Libertas, and others.
Sauveur, who promised to let him say mass, for which he would receive the usual sum of twelve sols.
Arthur Banning, tall, darkened, handsome, tanned, by the rays of Old Sol: and, what troubled him, was that, though he had traveled many lands and seas, and, rivers, too, and though he made love, and, had love affairs, the whole world knew about, through the medium of the press, the powerful, grinding press, he, Arthur Banning, this scion, was unhappy, and though rich, famous, powerful, he was lonely and, incastellated for, love.
Bettik and the others at Taliesin West, the old poet on Hyperion, Dem Loa and Dem Ria and their family on Vitus-Gray-Balianus B, Father Glaucus in the frozen air tunnels of Sol Draconi Septem, Cuchiat and Chiaku and Cuchtu and Chichticu and the other Chitchatuk on that same world -- Aenea had been sure that Father Glaucus and our Chitchatuk friends had been murdered after we left that world, although she had never explained how she could know that -- and I thought about others I had left behind, working my way back to my last sight of Grandam and the Clan members waving as I left for Home Guard service many years ago.
Yet the social unrest in India is daily growing, and has only recently resulted in an act of political violence, the killing of Sir Curzon Wyllie by the Hindu, Madar Sol Dhingra.
Duas garotas bonitas, bem queimadas de sol, pararam ao meu lado e ficaram me olhando.
The search for matching stars had started with Sol and the neaf neighborhood.