That can be dissolved: dissoluble airborne pollutants brought back to the earth as rain. (adjective)
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Use "dissoluble" in a sentence
"Yet you, my creator, detest and spurn me, thy creature, to whom thou art bound by ties only dissoluble by the annihilation of one of us."
"That is why in the Christian tradition, and historically in Western law, consummated marriages are not dissoluble or annullable on the ground of infertility, even though the nature of the marital relationship is shaped and structured by its intrinsic orientation to the great good of procreation."
"However, the legalization of drugs, and a foreign policy of non-intervention, would make the CIA a dissoluble, vestigial organ of government, no longer a threat to peaceful progressive change."