Examples of emulsion in a Sentence
milk is basically an oil-in-water emulsion
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An emulsion made by bruising seeds; as, the milk of almonds. . . .
But common to all is the vinegar, oil, egg emulsion.
The exposure time for the nuclear emulsion film used around the Great Pyramid was measured in months.
Nuclear-emulsion film records muons, not unlike how ordinary photographic film records photons.
The branch was a water spinach stem brushed with turkey emulsion and bedazzled with little yellow pike eggs, tiny finger-lime orbs, pink and purple flowers the size of shirt-collar buttons, and whatnot.
Hamachi tostadas come slathered with guacamole, sliced radishes, chilies, chives and citrus vinaigrette; tuna tartate is dressed with a jalapeño emulsion.
Lemon’s acidity joins the oil’s fat to form an emulsion.
Imagine waiting around 45 minutes for your photo to develop, only to find smudges in the emulsion, and the image was more sepia than anything.
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Origin and Etymology of emulsion
First Known Use: 1612See Words from the same year
absorption, blending, coalescence, coalition, commingling, commixture, homogenization, immingling, immixture, incorporation, integration, interfusion, intermingling, mergence, merger, merging, mingling;
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medical Definition of emulsion
emulsiveplay \-ˈməl-siv\ adjective
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