Definition of Coagulants

1. Noun. (plural of coagulant) ¹



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Definition of Coagulants

1. coagulant [n] - See also: coagulant

Medical Definition of Coagulants

1. Exogenous substances used to promote blood coagulation. The endogenous blood coagulation factors are considered to be coagulants only when administered as drugs. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coagulants

coagglutinin
coaggregation
coagment
coagmentation
coagmentations
coagmented
coagmenting
coagments
coagonist
coagonists
coagula
coagulabilities
coagulability
coagulable
coagulant
coagulants (current term)
coagulase
coagulases
coagulate
coagulated
coagulates
coagulating
coagulation
coagulation factor
coagulation factor XI
coagulation necrosis
coagulation profile
coagulation time
coagulation vitamin
coagulations

Literary usage of Coagulants

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1. Public Water-supplies: Requirements, Resources, and the Construction of Works by Frederick Eugene Turneaure, Harry Luman Russell, Daniel Webster Mead (1908)
"The Use of coagulants. — Various chemicals when added to water will combine with certain substances ordinarily present, forming precipitates which are more ..."

2. Ancient and Modern Engineering and the Isthmian Canal by William Hubert Burr (1902)
"Rapid Filtration with coagulants.—It has been seen that the rate of filtration through open sand filters does not usually exceed 2 to 4 million gallons per ..."

3. Water Purification Plants and Their Operation by Milton Frederick Stein (1920)
"Introduction of coagulants. The point of introduction of the coagulants (aluminum or iron sulphate) deserves special consideration in water-softening. ..."

4. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1905)
"... AND coagulants CHEMICAL, REAGENTS 59. By far the larger part of all commercial water-softening today is done by means of only lime and soda ash, ..."

5. Catching's Compendium of Practical Dentistry (1895)
"The writer claims, therefore to have indisputably shown that a coagulum is not an effectual barrier to the diffusion of coagulants ; second, that coagulants ..."

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