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In alchemy, coagmentation was the act of melting down a material, by adding certain powders, and afterwards reducing the whole into a concrete, or solid.
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In modern usage, the term refers to the act of joining, or the state of being joined, together.
Categories: Alchemy | History of chemistry
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