co-precipitation

coprecipitate

[koh-pri-sip-i-teyt] Chemistry.
verb (used with object), coprecipitated, coprecipitating.
1.
to cause to precipitate together.
verb (used without object), coprecipitated, coprecipitating.
2.
to precipitate together in the same reaction.

Origin:
1930–35; co- + precipitate

coprecipitation, noun
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