- a substance that produces or aids coagulation.
Origin of coagulant
Examples from the Web for coagulant
Historical Examples of coagulant
If the quantity of coagulant has been calculated to an average nicety, the serum should be just dubiously free from milkiness.
Any but the very slightest trace of milkiness in the serum indicates an insufficiency of coagulant.
Either insufficient acid has been used, or the mixing of latex and coagulant has been at fault.
Of these the substances which would evaporate would be probably the water and the coagulant in most cases.
Such latices are difficult to handle in order to secure uniform mixture with the coagulant.
- a substance that aids or produces coagulation
Word Origin and History for coagulant
1770, from Latin coagulantem (nominative coagulans), present participle of coagulare (see coagulate).
- An agent that causes a sol or liquid, especially blood, to coagulate.