floccule


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a small loosely aggregated mass of flocculent material suspended in or precipitated from a liquid

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In this stage, if the flocculated is strained, floccules will curdle.
Red and pearly-white floccules were commonly observed in the water during the initial three months of the experiment at Sites 4, 5, 6, and 7: indicative of high concentrations of suspended iron and aluminum, respectively.
1, the R value (B) of the total CS absorbed to stearic acid was appreciably higher than that (C) after the floccules were washed with anhydrous diethyl ether and the ratio (A) of n([COO.
Making a smear from the floccules of phenol ammonium sulphate treated samples was reported to be less tedious and the smears were uniformly thin (3).
The formation of large floccules also increased the settling rate of fine solids in the tailings.
The water used for Treatments 4 and 5 appeared orange and suspended iron floccules were clearly visible in the water column.
O'Brien NR (1971) Fabric of kaolinite and illite floccules.
Immunoextraction using murine monoclonal antibody adsorbed onto vinylidene fluoride floccules (179) or protein G immobilized on Sepharose beads (103) has also been effectively used to remove HAMA interferences from samples in a CEA and a CA 125 assay, respectively.