emulsification love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of emulsifying, or the state of being emulsified.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The process by which an emulsion is formed.

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Examples

  • Hard water has a greater concentration of these minerals, thus allowing it to act as an effective agent between soap enzymes, body oils and water in a process called emulsification.

    Martin Marks: In Soft Water

  • Hard water has a greater concentration of these minerals, thus allowing it to act as an effective agent between soap enzymes, body oils and water in a process called emulsification.

    Martin Marks: In Soft Water

  • Hard water has a greater concentration of these minerals, thus allowing it to act as an effective agent between soap enzymes, body oils and water in a process called emulsification.

    Martin Marks: In Soft Water

  • At this point, something goes a bit wrong, and some of the melted butter resists my attempts at emulsification, leaving me with a recognisable hollandaise, and a fair amount of grease.

    How to make perfect hollandaise sauce

  • Therefore, it allows water to remove normally-insoluble matter by emulsification. [wiki]

    A Bit of Soap

  • The specific chemical reactions of emulsification have something to do with ions -- very complicated, very tiny little things that I'd be able to describe in greater detail had I followed my father's advice and taken AP Chemistry.

    Martin Marks: In Soft Water

  • Therefore, it allows water to remove normally-insoluble matter by emulsification. [wiki]

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The specific chemical reactions of emulsification have something to do with ions -- very complicated, very tiny little things that I'd be able to describe in greater detail had I followed my father's advice and taken AP Chemistry.

    Martin Marks: In Soft Water

  • The specific chemical reactions of emulsification have something to do with ions -- very complicated, very tiny little things that I'd be able to describe in greater detail had I followed my father's advice and taken AP Chemistry.

    Martin Marks: In Soft Water

  • The researchers will use further testing to determine whether the hydrocarbons they found are the result of dispersants or the emulsification of oil as it traveled away from the well.

    Gulf Oil Spill: 22-Mile Underwater Plume Approaches Rich Waters, Could Poison Food Chain

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