nonagglutinant

agglutinant

[uh-gloot-n-uhnt]
adjective
1.
uniting, as glue; causing adhesion.
noun
2.
an agglutinating agent.

Origin:
1675–85; < Latin agglūtinant- (stem of agglūtināns, present participle of agglutināre), equivalent to agglūtin- (see agglutinate) + -ant -ant

antiagglutinant, adjective, noun
nonagglutinant, adjective, noun
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agglutinant ag·glu·ti·nant (ə-glōōt'n-ənt)
n.
A substance that holds parts together or causes agglutination.

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