Translation of aqueous in Spanish:


sedimentario, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈeɪkwiəs//ˈækwiəs//ˈeɪkwɪəs/


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    (rock) sedimentario
    • This method relies on the ability of gas bubbles, which are rising through an aqueous solution, to trap certain minerals.
    • Latex emulsions are made up of polymeric materials suspended in an aqueous solvent by a surfactant.
    • The flue gas is passed through an aqueous limestone slurry containing formic acid.
    • Electrons flowing through a wire or ions flowing through an aqueous solution are both examples of electric current.
    • Since they are unstable in water, aqueous solutions were prepared immediately before treatment.
    • Such a location is compatible with the ready diffusion of ethylene in both aqueous and lipid environments.
    • In aqueous solutions, water is the solvent and all dissolved substances are solutes.
    • The hypophase was removed with a Pasteur pipette and the aqueous phase re-extracted with chloroform until it was colourless.
    • In summary, the sample was denatured with aqueous ammonium sulfate and ethanol and was extracted with hexane.
    • Membranes were formed on the orifice by sequentially raising the level of the aqueous electrolyte solutions.
    • In this process the ether is shaken with an organic solute in aqueous solution.
    • All other reagents were of analytical grade and aqueous solutions were made up with distilled water.
    • At York, the timbers were immersed for two years in tanks of aqueous polyethylene glycol, a water-soluble wax used to replace the water in the wood.
    • This is carried out using an aqueous solution of hydrogen iodide reacting in the presence of red phosphorus.
    • I primarily work in water solutions; what you might call the aqueous phase.
    • It consists of isopropyl alcohol in aqueous solution at two different dilutions.
    • The heat of solution for formation of aqueous solutions of most salts is positive.
    • We advise the use of aqueous solutions (not alcohol based preparations) to avoid skin irritation and wheeze.
    • The electrodes are immersed in aqueous sulfuric acid, which acts as the electrolyte.
    • Unbuffered aqueous solutions are easily rendered slightly acidic by dissolved carbon dioxide.