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Synonyms for emulsion

(chemistry) a colloid in which both phases are liquids

a light-sensitive coating on paper or film

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Emulsifying agents are substances that are soluble in both fat and water.
Soothing washings of the complete body using an emulsifying agent with lavender and bergamot
Water and fat-based ingredients for a cake batter without an emulsifying agent
So the molecular weight of copolymer was mainly affected by the monomer feed composition when copolymerization temperature, emulsifying agent and initiator concentrations are fixed, and should be a maximum at proper monomer ratio.
Sodium citrate dihydrate also finds its use as a buffering agent, alkalizing agent, emulsifying agent, or sequestering agent.
Delivery concentrate (oil) emulsifying agent for the preparation of semi-synthetic hydraulic fluids HFA used in hydraulic systems in mechanized mining supports the estimated amount of 1,163,700.
Six tenders for the supply of (a) potato starch, (b) phosphoric acid of food grade, (c) antifoam for yeast, (d) emulsifying agent, (e) di butyl phthalate & (f) homo polymer vinyl acetate.
Glycerolysis reactions of the babassu oil in fixed bed reactor were performed employing the strategies which allowed attaining the highest MAG concentrations in the tests carried out in batch reactor, being: control reaction, under inert atmosphere and employing soy lecithin as oxidant and/or emulsifying agent.
It appears that the selection of an emulsifying agent can have a significant impact on the controlled release of aroma molecules in oil-water emulsions.
patented caramel color as an emulsifying agent in 1971.
This is solved by coating the cocoa powder particles with an emulsifying agent, such as lecithin.
Finally, an emulsifying agent E405 (propylenglycoalginate), may be used to make carbonated cider to give it a more sustainable type of foam.
An emulsifying agent is added to suspend the asphalt in water.
Most water-based products are more costly and use surfactants as an emulsifying agent.
Supply of (a) 6 tons di biyutil phthalate, (b) four tons polyvinyl alcohol, (c) 1 ton emulsifying agent, (d) 60 tons glucose mono hydrate, also (e) 105 tons anti foam alcohol.