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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Effervesce, formerly trained by Sir Michael Stoute for Cheveley Park Stud, is due to have her first run imminently having been purchased by Pipe last October.
The extra furlong of tomorrow's race looks right up Effervesce's street who can defy a 4lb rise in the weights to win again.
Pointing to the detailed new model, she said: "At the top, here, water will bubble and effervesce, like champagne.
The extra furlong of today's race looks right up Effervesce's street, who can defy a 4lb rise in the weights to win again.
Another line in the catalog lists "plumbum spatosum flavescens effervescens, Carinthiae" ("lead spar, yellowish, effervescent [in acid], from Carinthia").(*) Some mineralogists have concluded that this, too, refers to wulfenite, but wulfenite does not effervesce in acid.
Lay of the day Effervesce 3.40 Chester Sets a decent level for the others to aim at after finishing third at Pontefract and runner-up over today's course and distance on her last two starts, both in handicaps, with the Pontefract form looking particularly strong.
Ahmed Ajtebi had to be at his strongest on Anacopa (8-1) to hold the Sir Michael Stoute-trained pair of Pink Palace and Effervesce in a tight finish to the Kier Maiden Fillies' Stakes.
In what has proved a fortnight of poetic justice for Drowne, the jockey forced Blakeshall Boy to a half length and short head success over Effervesce and If By Chance.
Ryan Moore, who had to settle for second on Profondo Rosso and again on Effervesce behind Lord Raglan, salvaged a victory on Dubai Bounty for trainer Gerard Butler in the concluding 1m41/2f handicap.
Effervesce won at Leicester in April and looks the best of Smart Predator's six rivals.
The jockey forced Blakeshall Boy to a half-length and short-head success over Effervesce and If By Chance, seven days after a Royal Ascot double on Queen's Logic in the Queen Mary Stakes and Harmonic Way in the Cork and Orrery Stakes.