Thesaurus / coagulate

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It seemed that the water molecules must have been coagulating in some way to produce “polywater.”

It is more difficult to coagulate boiled milk with rennet than unboiled milk.

A Practical PhysiologyAlbert F. Blaisdell

Every inflammation yields an exudation which may coagulate when the coagulating ferment is added.

Heat in the steamer at 100° C. for one hour to coagulate all the proteid.

The milk in each tray has to have a separate dose of the acid, so that each trayful will coagulate into a slab.

RubberEdith A. Browne

The remarkable indisposition to coagulate is another character which distinguishes human milk from cows milk.

It would be much better to keep yellow latex apart, and coagulate it separately, if at all possible.

The same pen should not be used for applying two inks, as the mixture thus produced is likely to thicken or coagulate on the pen.

The circulation will then be obstructed in all the distant branches, and the blood, if long retained, will coagulate in them also.

The noise ceased; but heavy drops of blood continued to fall and coagulate upon the floor at my feet.

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