Whisking oil and vinegar in a bowl is the most tenuous kind of emulsion.
That's great if you're trying to create an emulsion, but Tejedor had a few other tricks in store.
Set to cool and then blend on high speed to make an emulsion.
Pour the emulsion into a sterile capsule and fill the syringe therefrom.
Unhappily, all of the Scott's emulsion advertising is not up to this standard.
A creamy, opaque mixture of the oil and water, called an emulsion, will result.
The presence of the caustic soda helped the forming of the emulsion.
When this becomes necessary, not only the vines but the rafters and all parts of the house should be sprayed with the emulsion.
The operation of milling, performed by rapidly twirling a notched cylinder of wood in the emulsion, raises the froth very quickly.
It was found that the bacilli steadily declined in virulence as the length of time they were kept in the emulsion was prolonged.
emulsion e·mul·sion (ĭ-mŭl'shən)
A suspension of small globules of one liquid in a second liquid with which the first will not mix.
A suspension of tiny droplets of one liquid in a second liquid. By making an emulsion, one can mix two liquids that ordinarily do not mix well, such as oil and water. Compare aerosol, foam.