solvate Chemistry

solvate Chemistry
solvate Chemistry
verb sɒl'veɪt (of a solvent) enter into reversible chemical combination with (a solute).
noun 'sɒlveɪt a complex formed by solvation.
Derivatives
solvation noun
Origin
early 20th cent.: formed irregularly from solve + -ate1.

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