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Synonyms for precipitate

Synonyms for precipitate

to put down, especially in layers, by a natural process

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happening quickly and without warning

matter that settles on a bottom or collects on a surface by a natural process

Synonyms for precipitate

a precipitated solid substance in suspension or after settling or filtering

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bring about abruptly

separate as a fine suspension of solid particles

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fall from clouds

fall vertically, sharply, or headlong

hurl or throw violently

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done with very great haste and without due deliberation

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The RP-HPLC is highly recommended to be used for analyzing the amount of rotenone in the precipitate as thin layer chromatography will only give a visual indication.
This is important because it allowed us to detect oxide precipitates in alloys such as Au80-Cu20 that were previously thought to be oxide free.
No further payments or expenditures are required by Precipitate, with all considerations made to date constituting completion of the Replacement Option.
Aluminum nitride precipitates have been detected in a 36-in.
More rapid solidification results in a decrease in the amount of hydrogen which precipitates from liquid solution and in the size of the voids that form.
And because these deposits may not precipitate until several years after bottling, Waters' team has developed an overnight and a 2-week process to accelerate a wine's "aging"--and reveal signs of its susceptibility to bottle staining.
It also assures that Type A graphite will precipitate out of the molten iron.
The second variation tested nickel recovery as a purified nickel hydroxide (cobalt free) with cobalt recovered in a second precipitate (as cobalt hydroxide).
After the PVC-containing solution is drawn off from the other waste, chemicals are added to precipitate out the PVC.
It suddenly struck me that if we can generate a base at an electrode, then we could precipitate [ceramic] materials from solution," recalls Philip J.
This type of graphite will normally precipitate during solidification if equilibrium conditions, established by a slow rate of solidification, take place.
A saturated solution of ammonium chloride was added dropwise with constant stirring to precipitate the silica.
But Earth's gravity creates a subtle turbulence in protein solutions as they precipitate, marring the crystal structure.
Precipitate and dore bars can both be produced at the facility.
Since most humans have bile saturated with liquid cholesterol, scientists have long puzzled over what causes cholesterol to precipitate out of solution, eventually forming stone-like particles.