How long for blood to coagulate?
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What does the root mean in the term of anticoagulant?
Well let me try to answer this one. Coagulant is from the word coagulation; which means the process of blood clotting. So the word in whole is something that prevents blood from clotting; or root word being coagulant(blood clotting). Hope that helps? The verb is coagulate and probably the other forms of the word stem from the verb. Coagulate means: (of a fluid, especially blood) change to a solid or semi-solid state. adjective - coagulable noun - coagulation / coagulate / coagulator adjective - coagulative