solv-, -solu-, solut-, -sol, -soluble, -solubility, -solvent
(Latin: loosen, to loose; to dissolve; to untie, to set free)
The loss of potassium ion by vomiting, by diarrhea, or the action of certain medications, including diuretics and corticosteroids, may be corrected by administering a solution high in potassium.
2. A solution made up of a solvent and a dissociated ionic solute.
It will conduct electricity, and ions can be separated from the solution by deposition on an electrically charged electrode.
2. A reference to bankrupt people or to bankruptcy.
3. Having ceased paying or unable to pay debts as they fall due in the usual course of business.