emulsified emulsified


  1. (v) cause to become an emulsion; make into an emulsion
  2. (v) form into or become an emulsion


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  1. In ordinary photography silver bromide, emulsified in gelatin, is spread on a transparent cellulose-acetate film, forming a photosensitive layer on one side.
  2. In New York, the society of Ward McAllister's Four Hundred has become emulsified in cafe society's bottle.
  3. This process is no less than the electrolitic deposition of rubber globules on molds, emersed in an emulsified rubber solution through which an electric current is passed.


  • Rachel Maddow Improved the Piña Colada

    Where's the rum? Over the weekend, Dan Pashman of the Sporkful took to the airwaves and discussed the sorry state of the late modern piña colada with "Weekend Edition" host Rachel Martin on NPR. The gist of it is that the rum cocktail is traditionally based on Coco López , a stabilized and emulsified product that apparently scares some people off, and that it's never been improved. Until ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: New York Magazine


  1. "This no reason for anybody to panic, but it is a reason for everybody to remember that there's the likelihood there will be more intrusion in some form of depleted oil, tar balls, tar mats, emulsified oil that's going to reach the barrier...
    on Jun 1, 2010 By: Haley Barbour Source: MiamiHerald.com

  2. With in-flight meals, "you don't do emulsified sauces or anything that can't be reheated without breaking up," said Mr. Portale, who sometimes flies on Singapore just to see how the dishes he and other chefs know so well in their kitchens taste...
    on Jul 23, 2007 By: Alfred Portale Source: New York Times

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