oil emulsion

oil emulsion

[′ȯil i‚məl·shən]
(materials)
Suspension of oil droplets in another liquid in which the oil is insoluble.
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A six-inch diameter oil emulsion pipeline leaked on the Hay Lake First Nation spilling about 100,000 litres of a mixture of wastewater, oil and gas.
2-28 Table 2--Formulation for Three-Component Polymeric Concrete Component Parts by Weight Add the two liquids below into a clean container Castor oil emulsion 18.
Ceiba Energy develops and constructs facilities in proximity to its customers to provide treatment of crude oil emulsion, terminalling, storage and marketing of oil and disposal of production water.
NatureShield 40 is a film-forming natural oil emulsion used to provide water resistance in both wood and concrete coatings as well as moderate scratch and mar resistance.
NatureShield 40 is a film-forming natural oil emulsion used to provide water resistance inboth wood and concrete coatings as well as moderate scratch and mar resistance.
Our study was conducted to investigate whether a single vaccination of 7-day-old domestic ducks and geese with inactivated oil emulsion vaccines resulted in protection against HPAI virus challenge at 30 days of age.
Wax or oil emulsion additives are incorporated into aqueous wood preservatives to improve the appearance of treated wood exposed outdoors.
The company's VacciMax technology is based on a novel approach to the use of liposomes in an oil emulsion.
The mechanism of water-in-crude oil emulsion stabilization is not fully understood.
Leeb and colleagues at the Humanis Klinikum, Stockerau, Austria, treated 33 patients with active RA with 2 mL/kg of a commercial fish oil emulsion (Omegaven, Fresenius Kabi, Austria) daily for 7 days.
Toward this end, investigators developed an oil emulsion vaccine of inactivated S.
Under Holt's direction, the group from the Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory developed an oil emulsion vaccine of inactivated S.