conglutination


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conglutination

[kən‚glüt·ən′ā·shən]
(immunology)
The completion of an agglutinating system, or the enhancement of an incomplete one, by the addition of certain substances.
(medicine)
Abnormal union of two contiguous surfaces or bodies.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To solve the conglutination problem, node segments should be deleted.
5d', edge of the 80RPUF/10APP/10[EG.sub.T] residue is relatively compact, which should originate from the conglutination of APP decomposition products.
Solvents with high boiling points may not dehydrate completely prior to reaching the collector, thereby resulting in ribbon like flat nanofiber morphologies or conglutination of nanofibers at boundaries [74, 84].
With increasing the amount of SMAS-HT, the conglutination occurred among the spherical particles and the inter-communication even took place.
I don't like conglutinations of poets--for whatever reasons.
Another important remark is that no undesired conglutinations are visible in the stabilized sample, as opposed to the stabilization process of pure PAN under identical conditions.