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Up close image of emulsion.<br>
 
Up close image of emulsion.<br>
 
Source: http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/es/etb/cwrc/English/AST/Areas/Emulsion/emulsion_e.html
 
Source: http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/es/etb/cwrc/English/AST/Areas/Emulsion/emulsion_e.html
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http://www.oirsa.org/Publicaciones/VIFINEX/Manuales/Manuales-2000/Manual-08/foto-54.jpg<br><br>
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This is an example of emulsification.
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Source: http://www.oirsa.org<br><br>

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1. Systems of oil dispersed in water or systems of water dispersed in oil. A more or less stable mixture but not a true solution.

emulsion2.jpg

Up close image of emulsion.
Source: http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/es/etb/cwrc/English/AST/Areas/Emulsion/emulsion_e.html foto-54.jpg

This is an example of emulsification. Source: http://www.oirsa.org