coagulate


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to change or be changed from a liquid into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass

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change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state

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cause to change from a liquid to a solid or thickened state

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transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass

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During baking, the air expands with heat and continues until the temperature is reached at which point the eggs coagulate and the newly created structure becomes fixed in place.
According to the company, the Bovie Ultimate is a high frequency electrosurgical generator that can be used for delivery of RF energy and/or helium gas plasma to cut, coagulate and ablate soft tissue during open and laparoscopic surgical procedures.
The shears precisely cut, coagulate, grasp, and dissect without the need for instrument exchange and can seal vessels up to 5 mm.
Unlike calf rennet, which is traditionally used to coagulate milk in cheese production, Maxiren Gold's 100 percent chymosin does not contain any redundant proteases and delivers a pure and concentrated form of the key dairy yeast Saccharomyces (Kluveromyces) lactis.
After a few minutes the egg white will coagulate, enabling you to wipe it up cleanly.
The most significant changes occurred in the use of an energy source to coagulate and to cut tissue rather than use the traditional clamp, cut, and tie approach.
Its aim is to let the egg white coagulate but keep the yolk runny, regardless of egg size.
Past studies suggested that the low air pressure on flights increases the tendency of blood to coagulate.
The farther back they are, the more other additives coagulate them, making them less optically effective.
The tendency of blood to clot or coagulate when it contacts foreign objects poses a problem in procedures such as open-heart surgery, dialysis, platelet collection, wound drainage, and insertion of catheters into arteries and veins.
It's an exact copy of rennin, the animal enzyme traditionally used to coagulate milk.
Samples with tannin showed a light pink color and did not coagulate for the entire period of observation, 17 days.
Cover and transfer to 96[degress] water bath for 1 hour to coagulate. Cut curd into 1-inch cubes.
As with all HARMONIC[R] ACE devices, the HARMONIC ACE[R] 45E delivers the precision surgeons require with the versatility they need to cut, coagulate, grasp, dissect and create otomies without instrument exchanges.