verb (used with or without object), e·mul·si·fied, e·mul·si·fy·ing.
Examples from the Web for emulsification
The emulsification of fats is incomplete and decomposition in the intestine follows.
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
Where possible, emulsification should be done in a 141 machine, in order to atomise the ingredients.Leather|K. J. Adcock
If soap be used along with the alkali, the whole of the wax is removed by emulsification.
Natural cheese melted and modified by emulsification with a harmless agent and thus changed into a plastic mass.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
British Dictionary definitions for emulsification
verb -fies, -fying or -fied
Word Origin and History for emulsification (1 of 2)
1858, noun of action from emulsify.