What is another word for precipitant?

205 synonyms found


[ pɹɪsˈɪpɪtənt], [ pɹɪsˈɪpɪtənt], [ p_ɹ_ɪ_s_ˈɪ_p_ɪ_t_ə_n_t]

The word 'precipitant' is often used to describe something that causes a sudden and dramatic change or reaction. However, there are a number of synonyms that can be used to convey the same meaning. For example, words like 'catalyst', 'trigger', 'stimulus', 'impetus', and 'provocation' can all be used to describe something that sets off a chain reaction or causes a sudden shift in circumstances or emotions. Other synonyms for 'precipitant' might include 'instigator', 'ignition' or 'igniter', 'incitation', or 'incentive'. Each of these words can add a slightly different nuance to a sentence, but all convey a sense of something that causes change or action.

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How to use "Precipitant" in context?

Precipitant is a liquid that quickly becomes a solid in the presence of heat or cold. Precipitant can be either a liquid or a solid. Precipitating agents are substances that cause the precipitation of another substance. Precipitating agents can be either liquids or solids.

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