The oil of winter-green was in a flocculent state at 56 degrees, and solid at 63 degrees.
The particles of this pigment are flocculent and very uniform in appearance.
Platin chloride throws down a reddish crystalline precipitate, soluble on warming; and gallic acid gives a flocculent precipitate.
It is further stated that the "right pleura was coated with flocculent lymph, and the cavity contained serous fluid," etc.
The product of decomposition is a flocculent matter which moves upwardly through the water, giving it a milky appearance.
The precipitate is a very pale green colour, flocculent at first, but crystalline after washing.
The precipitates from this reagent are white and flocculent; many of them become, on standing, crystalline.
It was a strip of flocculent, sheepy-looking, little cloudlets that suggested curliness and innocence.
In flocculent white deposits, in a spring, Jefferson county, Missouri.
Any substance which has separated from its solution in a solid and, usually, a pulverulent or flocculent form.
flocculent floc·cu·lent (flŏk'yə-lənt)
Having a fluffy or wooly appearance.
Containing numerous shreds or fluffy particles of grayish or white mucus or other material. Used of a fluid such as urine.
Of or being a fluid bacterial culture in which there are numerous colonies either floating in the fluid medium or loosely deposited at the bottom.
Having a soft waxy or wool-like covering, as of certain insects.