[ UK /ɪmˈʌlʃən/ ]
[ US /ɪˈməɫʃən/ ]
[ US /ɪˈməɫʃən/ ]
- a light-sensitive coating on paper or film; consists of fine grains of silver bromide suspended in a gelatin
(chemistry) a colloid in which both phases are liquids
an oil-in-water emulsion
How To Use emulsion In A Sentence
- We also went to the DIY store for garden stuff and for a big bucket of white emulsion paint to brighten up the walls in Graham's workshop.
- They are typically incorporated into the formulation through a latex emulsion.
- As the various ingredients begin to solidify, their surface properties change, weakening the emulsion so that the fat droplets can coalesce still further during the freezing phase.
- Place the cutouts atop your enlarging paper, on the front or emulsion side (the light-sensitive side).
- His area of research is the theory of soft matter, polymers, emulsions, dispersions, gels, polyelectrolytes.
- As plates and films became more sensitive (orthochromatic emulsions are sensitive to green as well as blue light), ruby safelight filters became necessary, but the old manipulation techniques could still be utilized.
- A report on the effect of spices on digestive enzymes mentioned that freshly prepared 1 per cent emulsion of asafoetida in water affected the activity of pepsin, trypsin and rennin in saliva to a small extent 41.
- Film has proved itself an indispensable Global English word, even where it no longer has anything to do with films, or “coatings” of light-sensitive emulsions applied to plastic, or coatings of any kind. The English Is Coming!
- Bitumen emulsions are a dispersion of bitumen in an aqueous continuous phase, stabilised by the addition of an emulsifier.
- Caoutchouc, as it exudes from the trees, is a milk-like emulsion, wherein globules of caoutchouc proper are suspended in a gummy solution.