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emulsion (i MUHL shuhn) (s) (noun), emulsions (pl)
A mixture that results when one liquid is added into another one, but they do not dissolve in it: Examples of emulsions include a combination of oil in water, fat in milk, and oil in vinegar.

Cream is a yellowish oil in an emulsion of milk which separates when they are allowed to stay in a container for a period of time.

An emulsion of very small grains of silver bromide and gelatin are used to make the surface of photographic film sensitive to light.

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