flocculation reaction

floc·cu·la·tion re·ac·tion

a form of precipitin reaction in which precipitation occurs over a narrow range of antigen:antibody ratio, owing chiefly to peculiarities of the antibody (precipitin).
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And the cationic flocculation reaction in the slurry fluid reaches a dynamic equilibrium.
The floc and the polymer can form a complex with a certain spatial structure and strength with the flocculation reaction, which leads to the gradual increase of the static shear force when the cation exchange capacity is between 3.42 and 6.00.