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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

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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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Ground and precipitated calcium carbonate companies profiled in this market include Omya, Imerys, Mineral Technologies, and Nordkalk are among the major suppliers of ground and precipitated calcium carbonate.
CATHAYRED encompasses a wide range of high performance precipitated reds with a unique hue and chroma from salmon to dark red and blue shades featuring outstanding color and physical properties which are easy to wet, with high dispersibility, are chemically stable and can be used in a wide range of applications, including paint and coatings, rubber and plastic products, textile finishes, building materials and ceramics.
The sharp change in structure occurs without intermediate stages, the disorder is usually limited to narrow regions along the interface between the matrix and the precipitated solution.
Evonik and Huber Silica are both manufacturers of speciality chemicals, including precipitated silica.
Precipitated barium Sulfate is a type of functional filler, which is widely utilized as a pigment extender in surface coating materials, and in the glass and rubber industries.
The multimillion-dollar investment in Delfzijl will not only expand capacity, but also give us the flexibility to rapidly switch existing production capability between conventional precipitated silica and Agilon performance silica to meet marketplace needs," explained Anup Jain, PPG vice president, specialty coatings and materials.
Precipitated silica, the dominant specialty silica product, will continue to account for over two-thirds of global demand through 2021.
The frequency of different risk factors which precipitated the hepatic encephalopathy is shown in the table-1 and figure.
The price of MARTINAL ON ground and low-viscosity grades will go up by 10%, MARTINAL LEO fine precipitated grades by 15% and MARTINAL LE fine precipitated grades by 20%.
Precipitated proteins are then removed by centrifugation, and the resulting supernatant is loaded on the HybridSPE-PPT cartridge, which acts as a chemical filter that targets the removal of endogenous sample phospholipids.
1 : to cause to happen suddenly or unexpectedly <The misunderstanding precipitated a quarrel.
One in seven men with spontaneous AUR and one in four with precipitated AUR died within a year of admission, the study found.
Following a description of precipitated silica properties and their relationship to elastomer processing and reinforcement, chapters describe methods for compounding silica in natural rubber, emulsion styrene butadiene rubber, solution styrene butadiene rubber, ethylene propylene rubbers, neoprene, and nitrile.
During the energy exchange, the manganese ions were converted to an insoluble form that then precipitated to form the birnessite.