solv-, -solu-, solut-, -sol, -soluble, -solubility, -solvent

(Latin: loosen, to loose; to dissolve; to untie, to set free)

dissolving
electrolyte solution
Any solution containing electrolytes prepared for oral, parenteral, or rectal administration for the replacement or supplementation of ions necessary for homeostasis.

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.

electrolytic solution
1. A liquid that contains a solvent, usually water, and an associated ionic compound; such as, an acid.
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.

hydrosol
In chemistry, a colloidal system in which the dispersion medium is water, and the dispersed phase may be a solid, a gas, or another liquid.
hydrosoluble
Water soluble.
indisoluble
indissoluble
indissolubly
insolubility
insoluble
insolubly
insolvable
insolvably
insolvency
insolvent
1. Not solvent; unable to satisfy creditors or discharge liabilities, either because liabilities exceed assets or because of the inability to pay debts as they mature.
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.