The precipitation of suspended particles as they rise in dimensions (by any one of several real or chemical procedures)
the procedure wherein blood types solid clots.
Similar solidification of other products (e.g. of tofu).
the alteration from a liquid to a thickened, curdlike, insoluble state, perhaps not by evaporation, but by some sort of chemical reaction. Coagulation is generally the change of an albuminous human body into an insoluble adjustment.
The material or human anatomy formed by coagulation.
The work of switching from a fluid to a thickened curd-like condition, well exemplified by the clotting of blood; hawaii to be coagulated.
the alteration from a fluid to an excellent state, as in crystallization.
A mass or level of coagulated matter; a curd; a clot.
the entire process of creating semisolid lumps in a liquid