Aeration

Air bubbles can be formed during stirring, shaking or application of mainly water based paints which can result in a bubbled dry film.

aeration

  1. the process of exposing to air (so as to purify)
  2. the act of charging a liquid with a gas making it effervescent

Aeration

Aeration (also called aerification) is the process by which air is circulated through, mixed with or dissolved in a liquid or substance. ==Aeration of liquids== ===Methods=== Aeration of liquids (usually water) is achieved by: Porous ceramic diffusers are made by fusing aluminum oxide grains using porcelain bonds to form a strong, uniformly porous...
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aeration

(ār-a´shәn) the exchange of carbon dioxide for oxygen by the blood in the lungs. the saturation of a liquid with air or gas.
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aeration

(1) Exposing to the action of air. (2) Causing air to bubble through. (3) Introducing air into a solution by spraying, stirring, or a similar method. (4) Supplying or infusing with air, as in sand or soil.
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aeration

(1) Exposing to the action of air. (2) Causing air to bubble through. (3) Introducing air into a solution by spraying, stirring, or a similar method. (4) Supplying or infusing with air, as in sand or soil
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aeration

(from the article `vinegar`) ...amount of vinegar containing a mass of vinegar bacteria, called mother of vinegar, was added to start the reaction. One or two small air holes ... Aeration is a physical treatment process used for taste and odour control and for removal of dissolved iron and manganese. It consists of spraying ... [2 re...
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aeration

[n] - the process of exposing to air (so as to purify) 2. [n] - the act of charging a liquid with a gas making it effervescent
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aeration

<physiology> To add air or oxygen into a liquid. ... (06 May 1997) ...
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aeration

noun the act of charging a liquid with a gas making it effervescent
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Aeration

A process which promotes biological degradation of organic matter in water. The process may be passive (as when waste is exposed to air), or active (as when a mixing or bubbling device introduces the air).
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Aeration

aerate Preparation of a saturated solution of air gases by either spraying the solution in air or by
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aeration

aerate. Preparation of a saturated solution of air gases by either spraying the solution in air or by bubbling air through it.
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aeration

aeration 1. The process of exposing to air. 2. The charging of a liquid with air or other gas, as the oxygenation of blood in the bronchial alveoli. 3. The act of charging a liquid with a gas making it effervescent.
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Aeration

Aeration basically is a golf terminology hinting towards the aeration of soil. The soil on the greens which has been compacted by the traffic of golfers, is opened up by punching of holes and removal of dirt.
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Aeration

Any active or passive process by which intimate contact between air and liquid is assured, generally by spraying liquid in the air, bubbling air through water, or mechanical agitation of the liquid to promote surface absorption of air.
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Aeration

Any method of loosening soil or compost to allow air to circulate.
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aeration

exposing a substance to air, performed at various stages of the brewing process.
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Aeration

Preparation of a saturated solution of air gases by either spraying the solution in air or by bubbling air through it.
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Aeration

Refers tot he amount of air space in soil. Sandy soils have greatest aeration; heavy clay soils have the least; well-aerated soils are key to growing healthy plants so that roots can breathe.
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Aeration

Supplying soil and roots with air or oxygen.
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Aeration

Supplying soil and roots with air or oxygen.
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aeration

the deliberate addition of oxygen to wine to round out and soften a wine.
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Aeration

the introduction of air into a liquid so that gaseous oxygen dissolves into the liquid
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Aeration

The introduction of air. See Air pumps
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