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effervescence

[ef′ərves′əns]
Etymology: L, effervescere, to foam up
the production of small bubbles or foam associated with the escape of gas from a fluid.

effervescence

(ĕf-ĕr-vĕs′ĕns)
Formation of gas bubbles that rise to the surface of a fluid.
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