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Soluble: ability to dissolve in a given solvent, such as acetone, alcohol, and water. solute: that which dissolves. solution: solvent plus solute. solvent: liquid in which solute dissolves to form solution. , room or backyard. Area repellent (Chapter 12) is an easier term with the same meaning. 63 Resulting protection against arthropods may be through multiple modes of action: 1. arthropods do not enter the treated space (deterrence). 2. arthropods exert an oriented avoidance reaction (taxis).
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