Definition of Pectizing

1. Verb. (present participle of pectize) ¹



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Definition of Pectizing

1. pectize [v] - See also: pectize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pectizing

pectinibranchiate
pectinibranchs
pectinic acids
pectiniform
pectinous
pectins
pectise
pectised
pectises
pectising
pectization
pectize
pectized
pectizes
pectizing (current term)
pectolite
pectolites
pectolyase
pectoral
pectoral and abdominal anterior cutaneous branch of intercostal nerves
pectoral arch
pectoral branch of thoracoacromial artery
pectoral fascia
pectoral fin
pectoral fins
pectoral girdle
pectoral girdles
pectoral glands
pectoral group of axillary lymph nodes

Literary usage of Pectizing

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1. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1873)
"The fluid condition appears to be less stable in colloids with high molecular equivalents, and the act of pectizing takes place more rapidly and with less ..."

2. Colloids and the Ultramicroscope: A Manual of Colloid Chemistry and by Richard Zsigmondy (1909)
"Liquid silicic acid is protected ,from pectizing when mixed with tungstic acid, a circumstance probably ..."

3. Colloids and the Ultramicroscope: A Manual of Colloid Chemistry and by Richard Zsigmondy (1909)
"Liquid silicic acid is protected from pectizing when mixed with tungstic acid, a circumstance probably ..."

4. The Encyclopædic Dictionary of Photography: Containing Over 2,000 References by Walter E. Woodbury (1896)
"... follows:—The paper is passed through a bath containing a concentrated solution of cuprammonium hydroxide at such a rate as will permit of the pectizing ..."

5. The Second Step in Chemistry: Or, The Student's Guide to the Higher Branches by Robert Galloway (1864)
"The pectizing substance appears to hasten merely an impending change. Even while fluid a colloid may alter sensibly, from colourless becoming opalescent; ..."

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