foaminess


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foaminess

[′fō·mē·nəs]
(physics)
The volume of foam produced in a liquid, in cubic centimeters, produced by passing air through it divided by the rate of flow of air, in cubic centimeters per second.
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He has found only average amounts of foaminess with native yeasts; no influence on filtration; sugar-to-alcohol conversion rates don't seem varied compared to the use of cultured yeast; lower incidences of alcohol are non-existent; and while he has been working with natural yeasts for only two years, Dyer doesn't see anything in the wines that should affect ageability.
It seems that the factor who is likely to be responsible for espresso body is the presence of lipid droplets, not the whole sensation of mouthfeel can be nevertheless explicated by emulsion; it would remain otherwise unexplained the well known body (and foaminess) of espresso brewed from pure Robusta coffee.
Where there's smoke, there's fire, and foaminess of the urine is a clear indicator of inflammation.
Of course, FSGS has symptoms quite unrelated to hypothyroidism, including foaminess in the urine, proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia, bone loss, muscle atrophy, decreased immunity, and increased platelet stickiness.
There will be foaminess to the urine with proteinuria and hypoalbuminemia.