Deutsch: Koagulation / Español: Coagulación / Português: Coagulação / Français: Coagulation / Italiano: Coagulazione /

A Coagulation is Clumping of particles in wastewater to settle out impurities, often induced by chemicals such as lime, alum, and iron salts.

In the context of the environment, "coagulation" refers to the process of small particles or droplets combining to form larger clumps or flocs. This process can occur in a variety of settings, such as in water treatment plants or in natural bodies of water.

Coagulation is often used as a way to remove suspended particles and contaminants from water, by causing these particles to clump together and settle out of the water. This can be done using chemicals called coagulants, which are added to the water to facilitate the coagulation process.

Here are a few examples of how coagulation might be used in the context of the environment:

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