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  • noun A flocculating agent

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Examples

  • In the tunnel it passed first through a skid consisting of three chemical containers that added a flocculant, which bonded to the suspended particles in the water.

    DELIVER US FROM EVIL

  • In the tunnel it passed first through a skid consisting of three chemical containers that added a flocculant, which bonded to the suspended particles in the water.

    DELIVER US FROM EVIL

  • A hearty English ale yeast is essential—one that is highly attenuating and highly flocculant.

    SECRETS FROM THE MASTER BREWERS

  • Less flocculant yeast strains require the addition of finings in order to drop out of the beer before serving, or “drop bright.”

    SECRETS FROM THE MASTER BREWERS

  • A hearty English ale yeast is essential—one that is highly attenuating and highly flocculant.

    SECRETS FROM THE MASTER BREWERS

  • Less flocculant yeast strains require the addition of finings in order to drop out of the beer before serving, or “drop bright.”

    SECRETS FROM THE MASTER BREWERS

  • Four main salts are used: sodium chloride: flocculent and aid to compaction; effective in non-saline soils; calcium chloride: impermeabilizing agent; ferric chloride: powerful coagulant and flocculant; aluminium chloride: electrolytic coagulant, electrochemical consolidation of soil.

    Chapter 11

  • - Add flocculant to the slip so that glaze layer becomes thicker.

    11. Glaze problems

  • - Add flocculant (magnesium sulfate, calcium chloride), but only if the ware has too low a porosity.

    11. Glaze problems

  • Carbon dioxide from the air enters the slip and this acts as a flocculant which will make the slip less fluid.

    7. Slip casting

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