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        róng, to dissolve/soluble
        róngjiě, to dissolve
        róngyè, solution (chemistry)
        rónghuà, to melt/to dissolve (of sugar etc)
        róngjì, [溶劑], solvent
        sùróng, quick-dissolving/instantly-ready/instant
        kěróngxìng, solubility
        shuǐróngxìng, soluble (in water)/solubility
        róngdòng, karst cave
        yìróng, soluble
        bùróng, insoluble
        jíróngkāfēi, instant coffee
        kěróng, soluble
        gùtǐróngtǐ, [固體溶體], solid solution
        yánróng, karst, kind of porous limestone (geology)
        wēiróng, slightly soluble
        qìróngjiāo, [氣溶膠], aerosol
        qìróngjiāozhēncháyí, [氣溶膠偵察儀], aerosol detector
        shuǐróng, water soluble
        Lìnróngtǔ, Argosols (Chinese Soil Taxonomy)
        línróngcéng, [淋溶層], alluvium (soil deposited by rivers)
        róngtǐ, [溶體], solution
        róngyánliú, lava flow
        róngshuān, thrombolysis (med.)
        róngmò, [溶沒], to fade away/to disappear/to hide from view
        róngyuánxìng, lysogeny (reproduction cycle of bacteriophage 噬菌體|噬菌体[shì jūn tǐ])
        róngshí, [溶蝕], dissolving/erosion by groundwater/corrosion
        róngshízuòyòng, [溶蝕作用], dissolving/erosion by groundwater/corrosion
        róngxuè, hemolysis (breakdown of red blood cells leading to anemia)
        róngxuèbìng, hemolytic disease of newborn (breakdown of red blood cells due to alloimmune rea...
        róngjiědù, solubility
        róngjiěxìng, soluble/solubility
        róngzhì, [溶質], dissolved substance/material in solution
        róngméitǐ, [溶酶體], lysosome
        róngméichǔcúnjíbìng, [溶酶儲存疾病], lysosomal storage disease (LSD)
        tuōróng, [脫溶], to precipitate (solid from a solution)
        sùróngkāfēi, instant coffee

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