verb (used with or without object), fil·trat·ed, fil·trat·ing.
- filtering operation,
- filthy lucre,
- filtration angle,
- filtration coefficient,
- filtration fraction,
Origin of filtrate
Examples from the Web for filtration
When, however, a true adhesion between corneal and iridic tissue takes place the filtration angle is not so easily opened.Glaucoma|Various
He obtained it by evaporating, after filtration, the water in which raw fleeces had been washed.
It is insisted by the adherents of sterilization that filtration of this sort is likely to leave harmful bacteria in the water.Artificial Light|M. Luckiesh
Galen, you may remember, recognized that there were anastomoses, but Harvey preferred the idea of filtration.The Evolution of Modern Medicine|William Osler
Simple precipitation by lead acetate solution and filtration does not answer, because all of the uric acid is not thus removed.