A cluster of droplets separated out of a lyophilic colloid.
Of or relating to a cluster of droplets.
transitive verbco·ac·er·vated, co·ac·er·vat·ing, co·ac·er·vates
To cause to form a coacervate.
Origin of coacervateFrom Latin coacervatus, past participle of coacervare, to heap together : co-, co- + acervare, to heap (from acervus, a heap).
(comparative more coacervate, superlative most coacervate)
- (obsolete) Clumped together, clustered.
From Latin coacervÄtus.