coagulation

[ verb koh-ag-yuh-leyt; adjective koh-ag-yuh-lit, -leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF coagulation

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As soon as it touches it it penetrates it and the coagulation which we have mentioned is produced.

This acts upon the blood in such a way as to prevent its coagulation.

The coagulation of the substance of the brain and of the nervous system goes on.

It is frequently desirable to determine the coagulation time.

A coagulation in this crust contained eight million of the creatures, eight million.

Irreversible gelation is usually spoken of as "coagulation."

This prevents the coagulation of the casein into tough curds.

Colloids in a state of coagulation have a vacuolar or sponge-like structure.

The coagulation of milk is also a calcium salt precipitation.

Coagulation is slower, and air-bubbles can escape to the surface.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400, from Latin coagulationem (nominative coagulatio), noun of action from past participle stem of coagulare (see coagulate).

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