make clear and (more) comprehensible; "clarify the mystery surrounding her death"
Clearing a liquid by adding beaten egg white to draw cloudiness to it then straining liquid
To clarify something means to make it easier to understand, usually by explaining it in more detail. A bank spokesman was unable to clarify the situation. + clarification clarifications clari·fi·ca·tion The union has written to Zurich asking for clarification of the situation
make clear by removing impurities or solids, as by heating; "clarify the butter"; "clarify beer"
For butter, to melt and skim off top foam, then strain off milk solids, using only the clear layer For stocks and broth, to remove cloudiness by adding slightly beaten egg white and egg shell Simmer gently about 15 minutes; remove from heat Allow to set ½ hour before pushing aside scum and straining broth through a cloth
make clear by removing impurities or solids, as by heating; "clarify the butter"; "clarify beer" make clear and (more) comprehensible; "clarify the mystery surrounding her death
To make clear or bright by freeing from feculent matter; to defecate; to fine; said of liquids, as wine or sirup
To clear a cloudy substance This term is generally used for liquids, in particular stocks where egg white is added to the liquid which is brought to the boil, at which point the whites coagulate and trap the impurities This is then skimmed off
To make easier to understand, to free from confusion or ambiguity, to remove obscurities Clarity is a fundamental perfection of thought and clarification a fundamental aim in critical thinking Students often do not see why it is important to write and speak clearly, why it is important to say what you mean and mean what you say The key to clarification is concrete, specific examples
make clear and (more) comprehensible; "clarify the mystery surrounding her death
The act of clarifying; the act or process of making clear or transparent by freeing visible impurities; particularly, the clearing or fining of liquid substances from feculent matter by the separation of the insoluble particles which prevent the liquid from being transparent
The process by which the filter removes progressively smaller particles on each successive turn over, thus improving efficiency and extending the cycle life Cartridge filters use the clarification process
The process of removing the lees (dead yeast cells), fragments of skins, stems, seeds and pulp from grape juice or wine The speed of this process depends on temperature, time, presence of dissolved gas, etc
a class of polymer based products that act on suspended, insoluble particles and organic debris and coagulate or clump them together, for easier and more efficient filtration Some particles, especially dead algae, might otherwise pass right through some filters
A settling tank used to remove suspended solids by gravity settling Commonly referred to as sedimentation or settling basins, they are usually equipped with a motor driven chain and flight or rake mechanism to collect settled sludge and move it to a final removal point
(sedimentation basin) A tank in which quiescent settling occurs, allowing solid particles suspended in the water to agglomerate and settle to the bottom of the tank The solids resulting from the settling being removed as a sludge
(also called coagulant or flocculent): A chemical that coagulates and neutralizes suspended particles in water There are two types of clarifiers: inorganic salts of aluminum or iron and water-soluble organic polyelectrolyte polymers
Any apparatus or device for removing the color or cloudiness of an oil by separating the foreign material through mechanical or chemical means It may embody the principle of centrifugal action, filtration, simple heating or treatment with acid or alkali, or several of these principles
Also called coagulant or flocculant - A chemical compound used to gather (coagulate or agglomerate), or to precipitate suspend- ed particles so they may be removed by vacuuming or filtration The are two types; inorganic salts of aluminum (alum) or water- soluble organic polyelectrolytes
Also called coagulant or flocculent - A chemical compound used to gather (coagulate or agglomerate), or to precipitate suspended particles so they may be removed by vacuuming or filtration There are two types; inorganic salts of aluminum (alum) or water-soluble organic polyelectrolytes
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