Not soluble; in capable or difficult of being dissolved, as by a liquid; as, chalk is insoluble in water.
Use to describe a substance that does not dissolve in a solvent to give a reasonable concentration.
insolubility. Compare with soluble. Refers to a substance that does not dissolve in a solvent to any significant degree. Compounds with solubilities of less than 1 g per liter of water are often referred to as 'insoluble', even though they do dissolve to a small extent.
Incapable of being dissolved in a fluid; opposite of soluble.
Incapable of dissolving in solution.
An adjective that describes a substance that is incapable of being dissolved in a liquid.
fiber:Fiber that, for the most part, does not dissolve in water. It includes cellulose, some hemicelluloses, and lignin
will not dissolve; so sparingly soluble as to be considered not soluble in the usual sense. (see immiscible)
(of a substance) not easily dissolved
something that does not dissolve in a certain liquid, such as water.
Substances that are impossible to dissolve/mix. - Close
A substance that will not dissolve in water or solvent.
A solid that will not dissolve.
One that is not soluble.
Not dissolvable. With respect to bioavailability, certain substances form insoluble complexes that cannot be dissolved in digestive secretions, and therefore cannot be absorbed by the digestive tract.
A substance that does not dissolve in liquid.
The inability to be dissolved.
describes a chemical that does not dissolve in a solvent.
Unable to be dissolved in a liquid such as water.
Material not soluble in pentane or toluene.
Not capable of being dissolved in a liquid.
incapable of dissolving in water.
Not able to be dissolved.
Not capable of being dissolved. For instance, insoluble phosphorus is present in the solid phase in soils.
Unable to dissolve in another substance.
Cannot be dissolved in liquid.