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froth

a mixture of saliva and air bubbles formed at the lips in certain diseases, such as rabies

froth

[frȯth]
(chemistry)
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2007); for froths stabilized by SDS at a concentration 20% above the critical micelle concentration (i.
Frothers are normally surface active agents that aid in the formation and stabilization of air-induced floatation froths.
I can work up a big froth over General Motors for far longer periods of time than most of our fellow countrymen, who can only work up very short froths over GM.
His primary legal weapon is the open-ice hip check, a spectacular and very difficult play that froths up Joe Louis Arena.
That behavior bears a striking resemblance to the evolution of soap froths over time (SN: 7/29/89, p.
Users make their beverage selection and the machine does the rest -- it automatically grinds whole coffee beans and steams and froths fresh milk for a superior espresso drink.
According to a Frieling statement, milk for cappuccinos and lattes froths better if it's cold, so the MILK2froth is designed to keep milk fresh and at just the right temperature, near 37 degrees Fahrenheit.
Figure 10 shows two photographs of bitumen froths obtained without polymer addition and with the addition of the dual-polymer system at 5+5 ppm.
It automatically grinds the beans, steams and froths the milk, tamps and brews the coffee, delivering it through a dual nozzle system right into the cup.
So striking is this similarity that metallurgists use soap froths as an analogy for metal crystals, and biologists compare them to living cells.
Once the "start" button is pressed, the machine automatically grinds fresh whole espresso beans and steams and froths the milk for a perfect drink every time.
Along these non-intersecting curves, the liquid fraction increases monotonically with the bubble size, a trend that is the opposite of that familiar in stable coalescing froths.