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precipitate

Chem a precipitated solid in its suspended form or after settling or filtering

precipitate

[prə′sip·ə‚tāt]
(chemistry)
A substance separating, in solid particles, from a liquid as the result of a chemical or physical change;
To form a precipitate.
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He worked faithfully in the harness, for the toil had become a delight to him; yet it was a greater delight slyly to precipitate a fight amongst his mates and tangle the traces.
And there, with his noble friend and relative Lord Decimus, was William Barnacle, who had made the ever-famous coalition with Tudor Stiltstalking, and who always kept ready his own particular recipe for How not to do it; sometimes tapping the Speaker, and drawing it fresh out of him, with a 'First, I will beg you, sir, to inform the House what Precedent we have for the course into which the honourable gentleman would precipitate us;' sometimes asking the honourable gentleman to favour him with his own version of the Precedent; sometimes telling the honourable gentleman that he
But Precedent and Precipitate were, under all circumstances, the well-matched pair of battle-horses of this able Circumlocutionist.
The crystals that precipitate from subsequent droplets extend the ring into a delicate tube, generating a so-called soda straw that can grow several centimeters long, says Goldstein.
Before addressing this question however, we need to establish that copper oxide formed as precipitate inclusions at the time these wires were manufactured rather than having formed by oxidation or corrosion over time.
2]CuLi phase, in contrast to other commercial aluminum alloys, which are strengthened by metastable precipitate phases.
After blood is collected at 37[degrees]C and serum separated, 5 mL of the serum is allowed to stand in a cryocrit tube at 4[degrees]C for 2-7 days, and formation of the precipitate is confirmed visually.
These guys are suicidal because of a life experience and precipitate an event causing their death,'' said Yarborough.
The result was to drive the precapitalist interior into a temporary and hitherto unlikely alliance with the capitalist city, and precipitate the Revolution.
Precipitate Gold Corporation (the "Company" or "Precipitate") is pleased to announce that further to its Fireside Property Option Agreement with Strategic Metals Ltd.