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Synonyms for froth

Synonyms for froth

a mass of bubbles in or on the surface of a liquid

to form or cause to form foam

Synonyms for froth

a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid

become bubbly or frothy or foaming

make froth or foam and become bubbly

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exude or expel foam

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Washwater is commonly added to the top of froths in flotation columns to aid gangue rejection from the concentrate, and the effects of this upon the liquid fraction of the foam can be calculated using the theory of Stevenson (2006b, 2007a); this theory has been experimentally verified by Ireland and Jameson (2007).
Froth floatation of coal has been extensively studied and found to be feasible in enhancing the quality of coal by removal of unwanted minerals such as pyrite which is easily separated.
A convenience breakthrongh for the high-end market, these machines froth, grind, tamp, brew, and self-clean.
It is however in the froth phase that the essential processes of particle transport to the concentrate launder and drainage to remove gangue entrainment occur.
The researchers find that for certain ranges of external magnetic-field strengths, the magnetic froth shifts into a barely stable state readily susceptible to additional avalanches, even for very small increases in the external magnetic field.
Although the use of conventional process aids, such as caustic, does improve bitumen recovery and bitumen froth quality, they lead to difficulties in tailings treatment by dispersing the fine particles in the tailings.
The machine also has a patented siphoning system lets the user control the milk and coffee portions, to create any size of cappuccino or latte with as little or as much froth as desired - one after the other with no downtime.
Many concentrate thickener surfaces have traditionally looked like that of a flotation cell - a mass of froth and bubbles that inhibits the recovery potential of the equipment.
The mineral slurry is treated with appropriate chemical reagents to render one of the minerals non-wetting, or hydrophobic, and these attach to air bubbles and float to the top of the flotation cell where they are recovered in the froth.
Scientists make froths easier to study by pressing them between transparent plates into two-dimensional jigsaws of polygons.
Along these non-intersecting curves, the liquid fraction increases monotonically with the bubble size, a trend that is the opposite of that familiar in stable coalescing froths.
Coming this fall is De'Longhi's Magnifica Automatic Cappuccino Maker EAM3500, which grinds beans, brews espresso and also froths milk, all with one touch.
The mini-s frother steams or froths milk either in a pitcher or right in the cup.
Second, PAC has been used as a froth modifier when exceedingly heavy froths were experienced that hindered galena/bornite separations.
Such observations have led metallurgiststo use soap froths as a rough model for a metal's grain structure.