sludging


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sludging

 [sluj´ing]
settling out of solid particles from solution.
sludging of blood intravascular agglutination of erythrocytes into irregular masses, interfering with circulation of blood.

sludging

/sludg·ing/ (sluj´ing) settling out of solid particles from solution.
sludging of blood  intravascular agglutination.

sludging

settling out of solid particles from solution.

sludging of blood
intravascular agglutination of erythrocytes into irregular masses, interfering with circulation of blood.
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Table 6 shows that both ferrous and ferric ions exacerbate slightly sludging.
As shown in Table 11, Endicott sludging was aggravated when mixing 12:3 mud acid with Endicott crude.
An expert system for estimating the potential of asphaltic sludging caused by acidizing has been developed in this study.