saturant

[sach-er-uhnt]
noun
1.
something that causes saturation.
adjective
2.
that saturates; saturating.

Origin:
1745–55; < Latin saturant- (stem of saturāns, present participle of saturāre to saturate), equivalent to satur- full, well-fed (akin to sad) + -ant- -ant

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saturant (ˈsætʃərənt)
 
n
1.  the substance that causes a solution, etc, to be saturated
 
adj
2.  (of a substance) causing saturation
 
[C18: from Latin saturāns]

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Saturant and coating asphalts are, however, end products for some companies since they are not always produced at roofing plants.
Immediately after solidification of the zinc bonding medium, the fibers shall be thoroughly impregnated with an asphalt saturant.
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