Definition of Coacervation

1. n. A heaping together.



Definition of Coacervation

1. Noun. The separation of a colloidal system into two liquid phases, one of which (the coacervate) is more concentrated in the colloid component ¹

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Definition of Coacervation

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Coacervation

1. Formation of a coacervate. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coacervation

co-wife
co-wives
co-worker
co-workers
co-write
co-writes
co-writing
co-written
co-wrote
coaccumulation
coaccused
coaccuseds
coacervate
coacervated
coacervates
coacervation (current term)
coacervations
coach
coach-and-four
coach box
coach dog
coach gun
coach horse
coach house
coach lamp
coach roof
coach station
coach up
coachability
coachable

Literary usage of Coacervation

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1. An essay on headachs, and on their cure by Walter Vaughan (1825)
"yet a coacervation of faeces be retained in the rectum, whenever I suspect it, however a patient may have been purged, I prescribe accordingly. ..."

2. Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love and the Divine Wisdom by Emanuel Swedenborg (1843)
"It is asserted by some, that a substance so simple exists, that it is not a form from lesser forms, and that from that substance, by coacervation, ..."

3. William Gilbert of Colchester, Physician of London: On the Loadstone and by William Gilbert, Paul Fleury Mottelay, Edward Wright (1893)
"But the simple right-downward motion assumed by the Peripatetics is the movement of weight, of coacervation, of separated parts, in the ratio of their ..."

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