emulsification

(e-mul″sĭ-fĭ-ka┬┤shәn) the converting of something into an emulsion.
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emulsification

(ue-mul;su1-fu1-ka;shun) The process of producing an emulsion or fine suspension; in the small intestine, fat globules are emulsified by the detergent action of bile.
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Emulsification

Detergent action that breaks up fats and oils into small droplets
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Emulsification

Detergent action that breaks up fats and oils into small droplets
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emulsification

Dispersion of water into the ink during printing. An excess of this may cause printing difficulties.
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emulsification

The process of blending together fat and water solutions of the ingredients to produce a stable mixture that will not separate on standing.
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