Floc

A clump of solids formed in sewage by biological or chemical action.
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Floc

a very fine, fluffy mass formed by the aggregation of fine suspended particles.
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floc

A colloquial term for the product of a flocculation, i.e., the separation of the disperse phase of a colloidal suspension into discrete, usually visible particles, as in certain serologic precipitin tests. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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floc

(from the article `environmental works`) ...is usually preceded by a chemical process known as coagulation. Chemicals (coagulants) are added to the water to bring the nonsettling particles ...
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floc

Type: Term Pronunciation: flok Definitions: 1. A colloquial term for the product of a flocculation, the separation of the disperse phase of a colloidal suspension into discrete, usually visible particles, as in certain serologic precipitin tests.
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floc

a very fine, fluffy mass formed by the aggregation of fine suspended particles.
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