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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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Cilliers, "Modelling the axial dispersion of particles in froths," International Journal of Mineral Processing, vol.
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.e., 2.92 g [L.sup.-1]) these constants have been measured by Stevenson et al.
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.
The "ideal" espresso is about 1.5 ounces of coffee under a top layer of crema, the froth that traps in flavor and aroma in a quality espresso.
According to a Frieling statement, milk for cappuccinos and lattes froths better if it's cold, so the MILK2froth is designed to keep milk fresh and at just the right temperature, near 37 degrees Fahrenheit.
Figure 10 shows two photographs of bitumen froths obtained without polymer addition and with the addition of the dual-polymer system at 5+5 ppm.
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.
Scientists make froths easier to study by pressing them between transparent plates into two-dimensional jigsaws of polygons.
Along these non-intersecting curves, the liquid fraction increases monotonically with the bubble size, a trend that is the opposite of that familiar in stable coalescing froths. Indeed, it implies that in a flooded column with coalescing bubbles (where the gradient in bubble size with height must always be positive), the liquid fraction will increase with height.
Coming this fall is De'Longhi's Magnifica Automatic Cappuccino Maker EAM3500, which grinds beans, brews espresso and also froths milk, all with one touch.
The mini-s frother steams or froths milk either in a pitcher or right in the cup.