When the aeration is completed, the soda-water may be drawn off, as required, through the stop-cock.
The cilia which propel them secure the aeration of the system.
aeration is frequently referred to in works on the Aquarium.
Especially is this so if the aeration is carried out in an atmosphere that is not perfectly clean and pure.
Of course the renewal of the water supply, or its aeration by winds, is of importance here.
In hot breads of this kind, aeration is used as the leavening agent.
He sits upon the eggs just as truly as a hen does; only, he sits upon them, not for warmth, but for aeration.
In practice, this process, known as aeration, is carried on in different ways.
In this plant the aeration is conducted by blowing in air at the base of the condenser.
Of all processes of aeration in bread-making, the oldest and most time-honored is by fermentation.
aeration aer·a·tion (âr'ā'shən)
Exposure to air.
Saturation of a fluid with air or a gas.
The exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the lungs.