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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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They were also advised to either use formic/acetic acid as a coagulating agent, or employ the natural method of drying after harvesting latex.
When obturator nerve reflex occurs, the wing loop is exchanged to a grooved roller electrode, and then the tissue is further vaporized with coagulating current until the obturator nerve reflex disappears.
Cooking is an easy way to illustrate science to kids - whether it's freezing and defrosting, eggs coagulating or bread rising.
Rennin (rennet) is a coagulating enzyme obtained from a young animal's stomach, usually a calf's stomach, that is used to curdle milk in foods such as cheese.
The company's systems prevent the product from coagulating, breaking down, corroding or from being susceptible to mould or bacterial growth as a result of absorbed moisture.
Well, it's as cute as anything involving a hit-and-run accident, coagulating blood and the grim prospect of stitches can be.
The surgeon activates bipolar energy using a foot pedal, and energy flows along the edge of each blade, coagulating tissue before it is cut.
Vegetarians have always had a hard time with many of the world's great cheeses because so many of them use animal rennet as the coagulating agent.
As the mosquito sucks, she pumps saliva into the wound to prevent her victim's blood from coagulating.