coagulate


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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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The researchers found that proteins were able to adsorb well to the silica particles, and to coagulate suspended contaminants, in both soft and hard water conditions.
(2) When CYH was used to coagulate HIMS tailings, [zeta]-potential decreased, and silicate minerals formed flocculent mass by bridging; thus suspended matters decreased effectively.
Equipment that is developed by combining ultrasonic and transecting capabilities are in demand, as they can coagulate and cut at lower temperatures by converting electrical energy to mechanical energy.
If transfuse too much, there could be further coagulation defects that occur, but if transfuse not enough, bleeding continues then the device could also help patients whose blood coagulates too easily, forming clots inside of blood vessels in a condition called thrombosis.
I then coagulate the IP ligament with the fenestrated bipolar grasper (setting: 35 watts).
COAGULATE (CURDLING): A step in cheese making when milk's protein, casein, is clotted by the action of rennet or acids.
In the somewhat disturbing video below, a single drop of venom from a Russell's viper is enough to cause a cup of blood to coagulate into a gelatin-like slab of clotted matter:
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Oil is lighter than water and so can coagulate on the inside of pipes, proving hazardous for kitchen environments and sewage treatment plants.
The lack of these proteins, which are needed in order for blood to coagulate, can lead to uncontrolled bleeding, potentially leading to disability and death.
Micromac's DAF unit injects a coagulant and flocculant into the effluent stream in order to coagulate the particles.
The new technology is called "crossflow micro-filtration membrane separation" and removes more pathogens than thermal pasteurization without affecting the eggs' ability to foam, coagulate and emulsify.