solidify

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To make solid; convert into a solid body
To become solid; to freeze
To concentrate; consolidate
{v} to become or make solid
become solid; "The metal solidified when it cooled"
To make solid or compact
To become solid; to harden
When a liquid solidifies or is solidified, it changes into a solid. The thicker lava would have taken two weeks to solidify The Energy Department plans to solidify the deadly waste in a high-tech billion-dollar factory. a frying-pan full of solidified fat
If something such as a position or opinion solidifies, or if something solidifies it, it becomes firmer and more definite and unlikely to change. Her attitudes solidified through privilege and habit. his attempt to solidify his position as chairman
make solid or more solid; cause to solidify
become solid; "The metal solidified when it cooled" make solid or more solid; cause to solidify
{f} make hard or solid, change from a liquid to a solid state; become hard or solid (through drying, cooling, crystallizing, etc.)
solidification
The action of solidifying
solidification
{n} the act of making or becoming solid
To solidify
concrete
To solidify
set
solidification
{i} process of becoming hard or solid (through drying, cooling, crystallizing, etc.)
solidification
Removal of wastewater from a waste or changing it chemically to make it less permeable and susceptible to transport by water
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The conversion of a liquid or semi-liquid substance into a solid mass Intended to immobilize hazardous constituents, reducing the potential for them to migrate further into the environment Also know as fixation, stabilization, immobilization
solidification
Solidification is the process of changing the state of matter from a liquid to a solid, such as water changing to ice
solidification
The change of phase from a liquid to a solid
solidification
The process of making non-solid material solid, compact or hard
solidification
Concentration or consolidation
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Act of solidifying, or state of being solidified
solidification
Adding cementious materials (e g cement, lime, pozzolan, fly ash) to a liquid/semi-liquid wastestream to render it solid and limit the solubility of the hazardous constituents
solidification
1) A treatment process that reduces the mobility of a contaminant by physically restricting its contact with a mobile phase Solidification is usually accompanied by some form of stabilization 2) The use of binders for waste bulking to facilitate the handling of liquid wastes
solidification
the process of becoming hard or solid by cooling or drying or crystallization; "the hardening of concrete"; "he tested the set of the glue"
solidification
The conversion of either liquid or loose hazardous waste into a solid
solidification
the change from liquid state to solid state upon cooling through the melting temperature or melting range
solidified
changed into a solid mass
solidified
past of solidify
solidified
{s} made hard or solid, changed from a liquid to a solid
solidifier
Someone who or something that solidifies
solidifies
third person singular of solidify
solidifying
present participle of solidify
solidifying
the process of becoming hard or solid by cooling or drying or crystallization; "the hardening of concrete"; "he tested the set of the glue"
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