Origin of emulsion
Related formse·mul·sive, adjective
Examples from the Web for emulsion
Set to cool and then blend on high speed to make an emulsion.
That's great if you're trying to create an emulsion, but Tejedor had a few other tricks in store.
Whisking oil and vinegar in a bowl is the most tenuous kind of emulsion.
A creamy, opaque mixture of the oil and water, called an emulsion, will result.A Practical Physiology|Albert F. Blaisdell
At all events, let your preservative stand while you filter your emulsion.
If the emulsion is cold and semi-solid, use several parts of warm water at first.The Practical Garden-Book|C. E. Hunn
According to modern ideas, no true miscibility exists, but a suspension or emulsion is formed (see Ostwald, p. 237).
Dr. Sampson being duly invited asked if he should bring his Emulsion.Hard Cash|Charles Reade