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.
The particles when magnified appear very fine and flocculent.
The product of decomposition is a flocculent matter which moves upwardly through the water, giving it a milky appearance.
It is further stated that the "right pleura was coated with flocculent lymph, and the cavity contained serous fluid," etc.
The precipitates from this reagent are white and flocculent; many of them become, on standing, crystalline.
The precipitate is a very pale green colour, flocculent at first, but crystalline after washing.
In flocculent white deposits, in a spring, Jefferson county, Missouri.
It was a strip of flocculent, sheepy-looking, little cloudlets that suggested curliness and innocence.
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.