This vein led directly to an ulcer produced by the operation; and, even at its extremity, it contained no appearance of coagulum.
Generally the coagulum in these cases is soft and somewhat slimy.
The coagulum exists in an extremely fine state of division, and the liquid froths violently on the bottle being opened.
In 10the formation of this coagulum (curd), the fat is imprisoned and held.
Unless the boards have been most scrupulously cleansed, the coagulum is found to be contaminated, often to a marked degree.
(a) Distance between partitions, causing visible differences in thickness of coagulum.
Under the patent held the coagulum may be prepared either for crepe-making, or for sheets by a modification of the tank.
(b) They prevent the coagulum being squashed too wide, and tend to keep the edges straight.
The coagulation will be practically complete, and the coagulum, apart from a spongy appearance, is normal in character.
When a sheet-coagulating tank is used all labour of cutting the coagulum is obviated.
coagulum co·ag·u·lum (kō-āg'yə-ləm)
n. pl. co·ag·u·la (-lə)
A clot; a curd.
A soft insoluble mass formed when a sol or liquid is coagulated.