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froth

(frôth, frŏth)
n.
1. A mass of bubbles in or on a liquid; foam.
2. Salivary foam released as a result of disease or exhaustion.
v. (also frôth, frŏth) frothed, frothing, froths
v.tr.
1. To cover with foam.
2. To cause to foam.
v.intr.
To exude or expel foam: a dog frothing at the mouth.
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The froth PLUS is the largest capacity frother on the market, making eight ounces of milk froth, or 12 ounces of hot milk, for cappuccinos, lattes, cold frothed milk drinks, rich hot chocolate and more.
2007); for froths stabilized by SDS at a concentration 20% above the critical micelle concentration (i.
Froth floatation is a process used to selectively separate hydrophobic minerals suspended in a solution by attaching them to gas bubbles and transferring into the froth layers.
5 ounces of coffee under a top layer of crema, the froth that traps in flavor and aroma in a quality espresso.
Research in South Africa has used neural networks to analyse data from image processing of froths from a copper concentrator and hence to automatically classify the froth structures[7].
The researchers have also observed a dramatic "melting" transition, in which a front sweeps through an orderly lattice of magnetized cells, leaving behind a disordered magnetic froth.
In these processes, hot or warm water is added to oil sands to form a slurry from which bitumen is liberated from the sand grains and recovered as bitumen froth by flotation (Masliyah et al.
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.
However, many froths are very stable and persist despite these measures.
Froth washing by spraying or sprinkling clean water containing frother onto the surface of flotation froths in mechanical cells affects the metallurgical performance for a number of reasons, with concentrate grade improvements largely due to the increased rejection of entrained or weakly held gangue particles.
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.