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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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Geo., Vice President, Exploration of Precipitate Gold Corporation, the Qualified Person for the technical information in this news release under NI 43-101 standards.
The various type of interface between the matrix-the precipitate viz.
Then the ions that constructed the crystal in the solution diffuse and precipitate on the surface of crystal nucleus, which is called the crystal nucleus growth.
Therefore, in the present study, we investigated the antioxidant capacity of this alga by examining the protective effect of the crude extract or the ethanol precipitate of U.
Assuming that dislocation glide and bypass mechanisms (Orowan strengthening) only occur on (0001) basal plane, Nie amended Orowan strengthening formula according to the precipitate morphologies and habits with respect to the matrix [18].
Certain drugs like sedatives, tranquilizers, analgesics and diuretics, fulminant hepatic injury and large volume paracentesis have also been found to precipitate hepatic encephalopathy in otherwise stable cirrhotic patients8,12,19,21.
where [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] is the supersaturation of respectively the atoms of oxygen, carbon, interstitial intrinsic silicon atoms and vacancies; [sigma] is the density of the surface interfacial energy between the precipitate and the matrix; [mu] is the shear modulus of silicon; [delta] and [epsilon] are the linear and volume deformation of mismatch between the precipitate and the matrix; [[gamma].sub.i] and [[gamma].sub.v] at the fractions of the intrinsic interstitial silicon atoms and the vacancies, related to a single impurity atom connected with the 3 ecipitates; [V.sub.p] is the volume of the precipitate molecule; [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.].
The microorganisms reduce the actinide element to form a precipitate, which contains a greater proportion of the lighter isotope relative to the heavier isotope than the starting material.
with or without ferrous ions to form liquefied CCA-treated wood (b) adding water or an aqueous solution of an organic solvent to the liquefied CCA-treated wood with stirring to obtain an aqueous solution of liquefied CCA-treated wood (c) adding complexing or precipitating agents, such as phosphoric acid or calcium hydroxide to the aqueous solution of step (b) thereby precipitating insoluble heavy metal complexes or precipitates and forming a solution of detoxified CCA-treated wood (d) separating said heavy metal complexes or precipitates from the solution of detoxified liquefied CCA-treated wood and (e) isolating chromated copper arsenate from said heavy metal complex or precipitate.