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Synonyms for precipitate

Synonyms for precipitate

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


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 strain energy increases with the size of growing precipitate, and there is a transition to a semi coherent interface.
Initially, 1 g of dried solid precipitate and 0.5 mg of rotenone standard powder (Rotenone PESTANAL[R], analytical grade, 96.2%--Sigma-Aldrich[TM]) were vortexed and dissolved with chloroform (analytical grade) for 10 mins to 15 mins.
The focus of this paper is to analyze the morphology of the calcium carbonate precipitate of low concentration degree and the way to control its morphology to infer the formation mechanism of calcium carbonate materials.
Dunlop, "Newtype of precipitate in Mg-rare-earth alloys," Philosophical Magazine A, vol.82, no.
The purpose of this study was to ascertain the frequency of different factors which precipitate the hepatic encephalopathy, commonly in patients of liver cirrhosis who presented to the emergency department or medical wards at Military Hospital Rawalpindi.
where [V.sub.p] is the volume of the precipitate, x [less than or equal to] 2, [[gamma].sub.i] [less than or equal to] 1/2, [[gamma].sub.v], [less than or equal to] 1/2..
For many asthmatics, cold air can precipitate a frightening inability to breathe.
But Earth's gravity creates a subtle turbulence in protein solutions as they precipitate, marring the crystal structure.
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.
According to Livingstone, the most common trigger of overturning in other lakes is wind stress: Winds first pile water on one side of the lake, then stop blowing, releasing the water like "a bowl of soup on a cafeteria tray" and creating an internal wave that can precipitate an overturn.
A saturated solution of ammonium chloride was added dropwise with constant stirring to precipitate the silica.