effervescence


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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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Blend this with the striking natural beauty of its countryside plus the vitality of Rome, the effervescence inside every Italian and you have an unbeatable destination for a tour.
One of only a handful of surviving operations in Holland, Alfa has concocted a clean-tasting effort which mixes flavours of Granny Smith apples with steely-dry effervescence.
He wrote: "The effervescence of The Full Monty derives in considerable part from Robert Carlyle.