trituration

[ trich-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF trituration

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Mix the saccharin with the tincture of vanilla, add the aristochin and mix by trituration.

There was no sign of disease, but the edges were white and worn-looking, as if by some trituration.

Mix by trituration in a mortar, and filter through clean tow, first moistened with distilled water.

The sand of which they are composed is a silicious material, reduced to minute grains, generally rounded, by trituration.

Mercury combines readily with sulphur by trituration, and with it forms a black powder called Ethiops mineral.

It is said to be a mixture of mercurous sulphide and sulphur, in variable proportions depending on the length of the trituration.

It is essential that it be thoroughly incorporated with the ink by trituration in a mortar.

It is essential that it should be thoroughly incorporated with the ink by trituration in a mortar.

Oatmeal varies also in degrees of trituration, some kinds being ground much finer than others.

Trituration alone is sufficient to effect it; however, a proper degree of heat also is of use.

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