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Definition of Emulsification
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Emulsification
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1. American Highway Engineers' Handbook by Arthur Horace Blanchard (1919)
"The emulsification of Petroleum Products The Emulsifying Process. Petroleum products are insoluble in water. Unlike the vegetable and animal oils and fats, ..."
2. Soaps and Proteins: Their Colloid Chemistry in Theory and Practice by Martin Fischer, George D. McLaughlin, Marian Osgood Hooker (1921)
"The older soap chemists recognized that, in their " cold " process of manufacture, emulsification of the fat played an important role; what happened in the ..."
3. The Practice of Lubrication: An Engineering Treatise on the Origin, Nature by Thomas Christian Thomsen (1920)
"Neutral filtered oils show less tendency to emulsification than acid ... Well filtered cylinder stocks have only a slight tendency to emulsification. ..."
4. Marine Engineers' Handbook by Frank W (Ed Sterling (1920)
"... a water bath, an electric heater for the water bath and a rheostat for controlling the motor speed. Four emulsification testa are made on each oil. ..."
5. An American Text-book of Physiology by William Henry Howell (1900)
"The possible value of its sodium carbonate in aiding the emulsification of fats has been referred to in the preceding paragraph. ..."