e-, 向外。-mulg, 挤奶，词源同milk. -s, 过去分词后缀。
- emulsion:  An emulsion is an undissolved suspension of tiny drops of one liquid dispersed throughout another. The classic example of this is milk – whence its name. It comes from modern Latin ēmulsiō, a derivative of ēmulgēre ‘drain out, milk out’. This was a compound verb formed from the prefix ex- ‘out’ and mulgēre ‘milk’, a distant relative of English milk. The word’s familiar modern application to paint dates from the 1930s.
- emulsion (n.)
- 1610s, from French émulsion (16c.), from Modern Latin emulsionem (nominative emulsio), noun of action from past participle stem of emulgere "to milk out," from assimilated form of ex- "out" (see ex-) + mulgere "to milk" (see milk (n.)). Milk is a classic instance of an emulsion, drops of one liquid dispersed throughout another.
- 1. Once the paint is dry, apply a coat of the red ochre emulsion paint.
- 2. The photographic elements contain a blue - sensitive hydrophilic colloid silver halide emulsion layer.
- 3. Most polymer emulsion may coagulate when they enter waste streams.
- 4. Choice of stabilizer in emulsion systems has always been rather empirical.
- 5. Addition of the shortstop causes the emulsion to break.
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