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congeal

To clot or coagulate.
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Congealed latex is insoluble in water, but can be removed with an emulsifier like milk or soap.
With the absence of polymer components, an insulating body, the CNT fibers have a high electrical conductivity nearly 20 times greater than that of the conventional wet-spinning method using polymers as congealed liquid.
a sorry congealed More often than not I've eaten the resulting dish with enthusiasm and vigour - and no little haste.
Some of the impactor, along with the Earth's mantle, formed a ring around the Earth that eventually congealed into the moon.
The congealed, waxy spermaceti in the whale's huge head helps him descend to these great depths.
From 2001 to 2003 Worcester had more than 50 sewage overflows, most caused by congealed grease.
He also investigates why the movement congealed from a nexus of global religious developments, American church involvement, and national politics during the middle 1990s.
I have complained about timing, congealed pasta, hairy pate and corked wine, but always in a polite way.
On the banks of the mountain Lake Atitlan, dozens of Mayan Indian villagers swarmed over a vast river of congealed mud that covered trees and houses, digging with hand tools for bodies under a landslide that swallowed an entire neighbourhood.
Differences too congealed into a social contract in which privileges and economic inequalities were communal goods.
the radar easily distinguished layers of congealed lava from those of loose volcanic ash several meters underground.
Rather than proselytize, the piece presents the opportunity for an undirected experience of two journeys but warns of a potential future of congealed boundaries for us all, "where rigid border definitions prevail over the permeable internal flow," as an accompanying text explains.