Definitions for "Precipitation"
Keywords:  sleet, hail, rain, snow, drizzle
The act of precipitating, or the state of being precipitated, or thrown headlong.
A falling, flowing, or rushing downward with violence and rapidity.
The act or process of precipitating from a solution.
Precipitation is the conversion of a dissolved substance into insoluble form by chemical or physical means.
the process of separating mineral constituents from a solution.
the formation of an insoluble chemical compound, thereby, causing it to drop out of solution. Changes in the water analysis parameters of pH, total alkalinity and calcium hardness can cause precipitation. Not treating dissolved minerals such as iron, can lead to precipitation, that can result in staining and discoloration problems. Precipitation of calcium can lead to cloudy/hazy pool or spa water or scale deposit problems on the underwater surfaces..
Great hurry; rash, tumultuous haste; impetuosity.
overly eager speed (and possible carelessness); "he soon regretted his haste"
Precipitation was an incredibly influential sire, and is found in the pedigrees of many sport horses today.
an unexpected acceleration or hastening; "he is responsible for the precipitation of his own demise"
a fast, convenient method of isolating transcripts from in vitro transcription reactions with very low carry over of unincorporated nucleotides
the process of forming a chemical precipitate
an aggregation of energies arranged in a certain form, in order to express the idea of some creative Thinker, and qualified or characterized by the nature of his thought and held in that peculiar form as long as his thought remains dynamic
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a cheap alternative
Daily precipitation in inches to hundredths. Precipitation reading for 24 hours ending at time of observation. Trace is less than 0.005 inch.