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emulsion

i muhl shuhn

  • n  (chemistry) a colloid in which both phases are liquids
    an oil-in-water emulsion
  • n  a light-sensitive coating on paper or film; consists of fine grains of silver bromide suspended in a gelatin

  • A tranche of wild sea bass with green-pea-and-rocket emulsion and mousserons des prs mushrooms sounds more like a three-star Michelin meal than a cookery-class assignment.
  • For example, Andrews writes: "Our 'nursing' seldom involved more than dabbing gentian violet on ringworm, aquaflavine emulsion on cuts and scratches, lead lotion on bruises and .
  • A tranche of wild sea bass with green-pea-and-rocket emulsion and mousserons des prs mushrooms sounds more like a three-star Michelin meal than a cookery-class assignment.
Quotes

  • James A Baker III in Scientific American
    We have got proof of concept in several other vaccines,Baker said. "By mixing antigen with the emulsion, it actually stabilizes it."
  • Lucilla Andrews in TIME
    For example, Andrews writes: "Our 'nursing' seldom involved more than dabbing gentian violet on ringworm, aquaflavine emulsion on cuts and scratches, lead lotion on bruises and sprains."
  • Ian McEwan in Houston Chronicle
    For example, at one point McEwan wrote, "In the way of medical treatments, she had already dabbed gentian violet on ringworm, aquaflavine emulsion on a cut and painted lead lotion on a bruise."

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