effervescence

  1. the process of bubbling as gas escapes
  2. the property of giving off bubbles

effervescence

A chemical reaction where bubbles of gas escape a from a liquid, which is caused by two incompatible substances. Carbonate minerals effervesce if they come into contact with hydrochloric acid.
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Effervescence

Effervescence is the escape of gas from an aqueous solution and the foaming or fizzing that results from a release of the gas. The word effervescence is derived from the Latin verb fervere (to boil), preceded by the adverb ex. It has the same linguistic root as the word fermentation, a complex biochemical reaction leading to, among other things, t...
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Effervescence

• (n.) Alt. of Effervescency
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effervescence

(from the article `calcite`) ...test that is widely used to identify it, especially in the field. This test is based on the fact that calcite reacts with dilute hydrochloric acid ... Carbonates are frequently identified using the effervescence test with acid (see above Physical properties: Solubility in hydrochloric acid). The ... Do...
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effervescence

noun the process of bubbling as gas escapes
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Effervescence

An excess of dissolved carbon dioxide in a wine. The French have a more precise terminology for degrees of effervescence than does English
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effervescence

effervescence, effervescency The action of bubbling up as if boiling; the tumultuous rise of bubbles of gas from a fluid; especially, as the result of chemical action (without necessarily implying heat).
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Effervescence

Effervescence, the rapid escape of a gas from a liquid, producing a turbulent motion in it, and causing it to boil up. It is produced by the actual formation of a gas in the liquid, as in fermentation, or by the liberation of a gas which has been forced into it, as in aerated beverages.
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effervescence

the bubbling in beer primarily caused by dissolved carbon dioxide gas.
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effervescence

the property of giving off bubbles
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effervescence

the property of giving off bubbles
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effervescence

to bubble or hiss when, for example, dilute HCl (hydrochloric acid) is put on calcite or limestone.
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effervescence

[n] - the process of bubbling as gas escapes
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