noun sol·u·tiz·er \-zə(r)\

Definition of solutizer



  1. :  an agent (such as an organic salt or an organic solvent) for promoting solubility; especially :  such an agent (such as potassium isobutyrate) for use with a caustic solution in removing mercaptans from gasoline

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Origin and Etymology of solutizer

solutize to treat with organic salts or solvents to impart certain solvent properties (from solute + -ize) + -er

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