- to make into or form an emulsion.
Origin of emulsify
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Examples from the Web for emulsification
Where possible, emulsification should be done in a 141 machine, in order to atomise the ingredients.Leather
K. J. Adcock
The emulsification will begin at once without any further heating.
The emulsification of fats is incomplete and decomposition in the intestine follows.
If soap be used along with the alkali, the whole of the wax is removed by emulsification.
A soft gelatine is suitable for the process of emulsification; afterwards a hard quality is used to give body and resistance.Photography in the Studio and in the Field
Edward M. Estabrooke
- to make or form into an emulsion
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Word Origin and History for emulsification
1858, noun of action from emulsify.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- To make into an emulsion.
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