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İngilizce - Türkçe
pıhtılaştırmak
pıhtılaşmak
pamuk gibi top top olmak topaklamak
topaklanmak
floe flocculate
yumaklaşmak
flocculation
(Tıp) Bir solüsyonda dispersiyon halinde bulunan kolloidal maddelerin bir araya toplanıp kitle yapması olayı ki bazı özel testlerni esasını oluşturur
flocculation
TOPAKLANMA
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pıhtılaşma
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yumaklaştırma
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YUMAKLAMA
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(Nükleer Bilimler) yumaksı çökelme,flokülasyon
İngilizce - İngilizce
To collect together in a loose aggregation like flocks (tufts) of wool
To convert into floccules or flocculent aggregates; to make granular or crumbly; as, the flocculating of a soil improves its mechanical condition
To aggregate into small lumps
{f} form into a loose woolly masses
A mass loosely formed by the aggregation of a number of fine suspended particles Aggregates destabilized particles into larger and more easily settleable masses
form into an aggregated lumpy or fluffy mass; "the protoplasms flocculated"
metal precipitates which build up in streams as sediment
To thicken
form into an aggregated lumpy or fluffy mass; "the protoplasms flocculated" cause to become a fluffy or lumpy aggregate; "The chemist flocculated the suspended material
{s} hairy, woolly, tufted
cause to become a fluffy or lumpy aggregate; "The chemist flocculated the suspended material"
Furnished with tufts of curly hairs, as some insects
cause to become a fluffy or lumpy aggregate; "The chemist flocculated the suspended material
flocculant
A flocculating agent
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Collected together in a loose aggregation like flocks (tufts) of wool, or coagulated in this way
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Suspended sediment Hydrology terms Ref AC
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help particles bind together so they can be removed from water
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Material used to aid filtration allowing the removal of particles that may not be removed by the filter media alone
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A soluble material which is added to a suspension to increase the viscosity The following are flocculants--vinegar, gelatine, epsom salts (magnesium sulphate) and aluminum sulfate When using aluminum sulfate or epsom slats as flocculant add 1/2 to 1%
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a chemical that aids in the coagulation of small, suspended particles in pool water
flocculant
substance added to solutions to produce suspended particles
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Essentially the same as a coagulant, this chemical (such as alum) is used to combined suspended alkaline material and/or algae into a heavy gel, which sinks to the bottom for vacuuming
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Large scale treatment process whereby small particles in flocs are collected into larger particles so their weight causes them to settle to the bottom of the treatment tank This is accomplished by gentle stirring
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Adding a coagulant (congealing compound) during precipitation to produce large easily-removable particles
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The gathering together of fine particles in water by gentle mixing after the addition of coagulant chemicals to form larger particles
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The process in which yeast cells clump together to form large visible particles, which can then fall out of suspension
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The water-treatment process after coagulation that uses gentle stirring to cause suspended particles to form larger, aggregated masses (floc) The aggregates are removed from the water by a separation process (e g , sedimentation, flotation, or filtration)
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the process by which insoluble, fine particles are caused to precipitate from suspension Alum works by this principle However, other more modern polymer-type liquids or tablets accomplish the same net result, without having to generate large amounts of additional gelatinous precipitate
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The combination, agglomeration, aggregation or coagulation of suspended particles in such a way that they form small clumps or tufts (called floc)
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the process of flocculating; forming woolly cloudlike aggregations
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{i} process of forming into loose woolly masses
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The formation of clumps or masses Usually referring to yeast in later stages of fermentation Can also be used referring to proteins in a cold or hot break
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Undesirable coagulation or clumping of pigment particles in an ink formulation Would quickly lead to nozzle clogging
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The coming together of coalescing of minute particles in a liquid
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A large scale treatment process involving gentle stirring whereby small particles in flocs are collected into larger particles so their weight causes them to settle to the bottom of the treatment tank, (see coagulation)
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The formation of loose clusters of dispersed pigment particles in liquid coatings
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A condition in which clays, polymers or other small charged particles become attached and form a fragile structure, a floc
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To form masses of particles either by settling out or forming a gel
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The change which takes place when the dispersed phase of a colloid forms a series of discrete particles which are capable of settling out from the dispersion medium In geological processes, flocculation is almost inevitably a result of a colloidal solution mixing with a solution containing electrolytes, e g , sea water
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The clumping together of protein molecules or yeast cells to form relatively large, irregularly shaped particles
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Chemical processes where salt causes the aggregation of minute clay particles into larger masses that are too heavy to remain suspended water
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The process of bringing together destabilized or coagulated particles to form larger masses which can be settled and/or filtered out of the water being treated
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the process of separating suspended solids from wastewater by chemical creation of a coagulated, or flocculent masses
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The process by which small particles of fine soils and sediments aggregate into larger lumps
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The agglomeration of finely divided suspended solids into larger, usually gelatinous, particles; the development of a "floc" after treatment with a coagulant by gentle stirring or mixing
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The tendency of yeast to clump together and settle out as fermentation draws to a close Yeast which have low flocculation will tend to remain in suspension longer; they will ferment the beer more fully, but may tend to cause haze in the finished beer unless finings or filtration are used Yeast which have high flocculation will tend to settle out quickly when fermentation nears completion; they may leave more residual sugars and/or take longer to finish fermenting, and will generally yield very clear beer without finings or filtration
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large scale treatment process involving gentle stirring whereby small particles in flocs are collected into larger particles so their weight causes them to settle to the bottom of the treatment tank
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The process of making many fine particles join together into fewer but coarser particles
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(x) means a process to enhance agglomeration or collection of smaller floc particles into larger, more easily settleable particles through gentle stirring by hydraulic or mechanical mechanisms
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