Results for: Emulsion

In Chemistry

What is the purpose of an emulsion?

To mix things that wouldn't otherwise mix -- such as an insoluble solid in a liquid, or two liquid that do not mix (like oil and water). The purpose depends on what you want i (MORE)
In Chemistry

What is an emulsion?

An emulsion is a mixture of two or more unblendable liquids. Milk is an example of one of these. Emulsion is the dispersion of one liquid into another and they arenot soluble. (MORE)
In Chemistry

What are emulsions?

A polar and a nonpolar substance being made miscible together by another substance that has both polar and nonpolar characteristics.
In Cleaning

How do get emulsion out of carpets?

If it is just a very small amount of emulsion on the surface of the carpet, mix a tbsp of white vingegar in water and rub into the stain: with patience this should rub out the (MORE)
In Uncategorized

How does emulsion occur?

the dispersed phase will get dispersed into the continuous phase and will blend. this usually happens because of a special use that would come out the end product that is need (MORE)
In Chemistry

Is paint an emulsion?

my name is Cierra I am currently working on emulsions. this is why paint is an emulsion: Emulsions are a mixture of two substances that do not mix. One of the substances (MORE)
In Chemistry

What is a emulsions?

Q.what is emulsion? ans) If a mixture two partially miscible or immiscible liquids is shaken, a coarse dispersion of one liquid in the other is obtained which is called emulsi (MORE)
In Technology

What is the phase of emulsions?

phase of emulsion is two or more immiscible contain two phases,dispersal phase and dispersal medium
In Home & Garden

Who invented emulsion?

No one invented emulsion; it's a naturally occurring physical process. Maybe you wanted to know who first made a particular type of emulsion, or for a particular task?
In Mayonnaise

Is mayonnaise a emulsions?

Yes, lecithin in the egg yolk is the emulsifier that emulsifies oil and vinegar/lemon juice to make a mayonnaise emulsion.