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effervescence

[‚ef·ər′ves·əns]
(chemistry)
The bubbling of a solution of an element or chemical compound as the result of the emission of gas without the application of heat; for example, the escape of carbon dioxide from carbonated water.
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Mahmood Al Zarooni's runner got the verdict by a short head from the odds-on favourite with Effervesce three-quarters of a length away in third.
Dean Ivory "Miss George is in form"; Mark Buckley Trains Effervesce
Miss George, Effervesce and Tease are the ones to concentrate on, although the bet in the race might be to lay the probable favourite Perfect Echo.
Consequently, there could be an upset and the two who make most appeal are the in-form pair - Pax and Effervesce.
But today's formulations have been updated and should not only dissolve more completely, but some in fact effervesce upon contact with the water, showing the consumer that the product is performing.
Winston did, at least, go out with a bang, courtesy of a near 52-1 double on Young Mr Grace and Effervesce.
It's difficult to see what might stop her provided she gets away properly this time, particularly as chief rival Effervesce has the tricky number-one stall to overcome.
Effervesce was struggling going into the turn in the six-furlong fillies' handicap, seemingly taking time to adjust to the surface on her all-weather debut.
Effervescent Powder(TM) Base: A powder base for oral medications that effervesces when mixed with water and is used to help make medications more palatable.
It effervesces in your mouth like champagne," Higginbottom said.
This is not merely a function of geography or reaction to Western adopted methods, rather, it effervesces with the capacity to translate Africa's endowment and human capital into her advantage by designing approaches to make her uniqueness a success in the wider context of world business.
The evolutionary wound we bear has been the creation of a thing abstracted out of time yet trapped within it: the mind, by chance distorted, locked into a white-ribbed cage which effervesces into air the moment it approaches wisdom.