emulsion

Emulsion vs Fog - What's the difference?

emulsion | fog |


As nouns the difference between emulsion and fog

is that emulsion is emulsion while fog is (label) a thick cloud that forms near the ground; the obscurity of such a cloud or fog can be a new growth of grass appearing on a field that has been mowed or grazed.

As a verb fog is

to become covered with or as if with fog or fog can be to pasture cattle on the fog, or aftergrass, of; to eat off the fog from.

Emulsion vs Surfactant - What's the difference?

emulsion | surfactant |


As nouns the difference between emulsion and surfactant

is that emulsion is emulsion while surfactant is (chemistry) a surface active agent, or wetting agent, capable of reducing the surface tension of a liquid; typically organic compounds having a hydrophilic "head" and a hydrophobic "tail".

Fluid vs Emulsion - What's the difference?

fluid | emulsion |


As nouns the difference between fluid and emulsion

is that fluid is fluid while emulsion is emulsion.

Emulsion vs Cutbacks - What's the difference?

emulsion | cutbacks |


As nouns the difference between emulsion and cutbacks

is that emulsion is emulsion while cutbacks is .

Emulsion vs Emollient - What's the difference?

emulsion | emollient |


As nouns the difference between emulsion and emollient

is that emulsion is emulsion while emollient is emollient (something which softens or lubricates the skin).

As an adjective emollient is

emollient.

As a verb emollient is

.

Emulsion vs Moisturizer - What's the difference?

emulsion | moisturizer |


As nouns the difference between emulsion and moisturizer

is that emulsion is emulsion while moisturizer is something that causes moisture or a a condition of wetness; something that makes things moist.

Distemper vs Emulsion - What's the difference?

distemper | emulsion |


As nouns the difference between distemper and emulsion

is that distemper is (veterinary medicine|pathology) a viral disease of animals, such as dogs and cats, characterised by fever, coughing and catarrh while emulsion is emulsion.

As a verb distemper

is to temper or mix unduly; to make disproportionate; to change the due proportions of.

Undercoat vs Emulsion - What's the difference?

undercoat | emulsion |


As nouns the difference between undercoat and emulsion

is that undercoat is a layer of short hairs underneath the longer ones of an animal's fur while emulsion is emulsion.

As a verb undercoat

is to apply an undercoat.

Ampoule vs Emulsion - What's the difference?

ampoule | emulsion |


As an adjective ampoule

is exaggerated; over the top.

As a noun emulsion is

emulsion.

Emulsion vs Solutions - What's the difference?

emulsion | solutions |


As nouns the difference between emulsion and solutions

is that emulsion is emulsion while solutions is .

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