Electrocoagulation: The coagulation (clotting) of tissue using a high-frequency electrical current applied locally with a metal instrument or needle with the aim of stopping bleeding.
There is also, for example, laser coagulation and photocoagulation.
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Electrocoagulation cost effectively harvests heavy metals, produces potable water, breaks oil emulsions and separates textile die from water.
Electrocoagulation and other wastewater treatment systems: treat metals, suspended solids, emulsions, etc.
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Electrocoagulation is the passing of electric current through water and has proven very effective in the removal of contaminants from wastewater.