the process of becoming a coacervate.
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How to use coacervation in a sentence
Different bodies have different effluvia, and so one has coacervation of different materials.The Natural Philosophy of William Gilbert and His Predecessors | W. James King
By means of the properties of such a fluid, Gilbert could explain the unordered coming-together that he called coacervation.The Natural Philosophy of William Gilbert and His Predecessors | W. James King
Five hundred bodies, in a state of coacervation, without even a preference for cleanliness, "think of that Master Brook."
Five hundred bodies, in a ſtate of coacervation, without even a preference for cleanlineſs, "think of that Maſter Brook."