coagulating

[ verb koh-ag-yuh-leyt; adjective koh-ag-yuh-lit, -leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF coagulating
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This and the coagulating effect of the cold earth must have stopped the flow.

Besana, C., Lack of coagulating ferment in cheesemaking, Staz.

Then send for a doctor, and find out how long this blood has been coagulating.

Coagulating the milk from any cause, will equally prevent the separation of the cream.

Wall Street is rather preventing that life blood from coagulating!

It develops lactic acid rapidly, coagulating the milk and producing an intensely bitter taste in the course of one to three days.

(d) The latex flows by means of a chute into the coagulating tanks, passing through a large “60 mesh” sieve.

In some modern designs it is proposed to place the coagulating tanks in a separate building.

The proximity of the coagulating latex to some source of heat, or exposure to sunlight.

The result was the formation of thin “skins” of rubber which, coagulating in situ, formed a mass corresponding to “Fine Hard.”