Material or chemical agent that enhances flocculation.
A material that causes water and oil to form an emulsion. Water normally occurs separately from oil; if, however, an emulsifying agent is present, the ...
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Any chemical that prevents of lessens frothing or foaming in another agent.
A chemical or combination of chemicals that, when added to a drilling mud, reduces its viscosity.
A moisture-absorbing chemical compound, or desiccant used to accelerate setting times in cement and as a drying agent.
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