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A statement that solves a problem or explains how to solve the problem
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n. 1 A homogeneous mixture, which may be liquid, gas or solid, formed by dissolving one or more substances. 2 An act, plan or other means, used or proposed, to solve a problem. 3 The answer to a problem.
Usage examples of solution.
As the particles which the creatures devour are rather small, the tendency is to accumulate the finer portions of the soil near the surface of the earth, where by solution they may contribute to the needs of the lowly plants.
She described the impedimenta that were put out on a side table before the operationa full bottle of hyoscine solution, an ampoule of anti-gas serum, syringes, a bowl of distilled water.
Your solution will be this: suspend the negotiations until your technician phones in, and then inquire of the Anarch as to whom he wishes to be sold.
Antimonious is converted into antimonic chloride by treatment with permanganate of potash in an acid solution.
The doctor grumpily surveyed the gold antrum plug, then dipped its head in the solution again, and repeated his operation of shaking off the drops and letting the film of acid work.
Where the small points of engorged vessels are to be readily reached, use a solution of the Tincture of Chloride of Iron, one part in four of water, applying with a small pledget of soft cotton wrapped about, or fastened to, the end of a pencil or stick.
The most obvious solution to the entire mess was to recall the antivirus Teeleh had given Tom in his dreams.
It presented, as the astute reader will have already perceived, few difficulties in its solution, for a very limited choice of alternatives must get to the root of the matter.
The solution popped out of my memory just as the autostrada junction hove into sight.
It should be prepared when wanted by precipitating a solution of baric chloride with ammonic carbonate and washing.
There is then added a few drops of a dilute solution of baric chloride, and the solution is allowed to stand for some hours.
In such solutions sulphuric acid produces a white precipitate of baric sulphate, which is practically insoluble in all acids.
The solution contains the barium as baric chloride mixed, perhaps, with salts of strontium or lime.
To one series 3 drops of baric chloride solution were added, and to the other 3 drops of sulphuric acid.
In solutions containing free hydrochloric or nitric acid, a precipitate is obtained with either baric chloride or sulphuric acid.