Translation of emulsion in Spanish:

emulsion

pintura al agua, n.

Pronunciation: /əˈməlʃ(ə)n//ɪˈmʌlʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1also emulsion paint

    pintura al agua feminine
  • 2

    Photography
    emulsión feminine
    • Where there is color, the film has been exposed to light, and white is a ‘flare’ from outside on the sensitized emulsion of the film.
    • The pressure plate inside the back has to be completely clean because the film emulsion runs across it.
    • Indeed, this sense of starkness is echoed throughout the show; just 10 large scale gelatin silver emulsion prints were on show here.
    • In the photogravure process, the image is photochemically transferred to an etching plate that has been coated with a light-sensitive emulsion.
    • That is due to the fact that when different photographic emulsions are used for these shots, they are usually chosen for their sensitivity, as well as their spectral range.
    • Traditional photography utilizes negative film and positive prints that hold the image in an emulsion of silver for black and white or dyes for color.
    • The idea is to create a dot pattern akin to the grains of the photographic emulsion.
    • Most of these films have updated emulsions since this data sheet was published in 1982.
    • The radiolabelled object is then exposed to a photographic emulsion to obtain a map of radionuclide distribution.
    • To make the light-sensitive paper, a photographer mixes the emulsion for his platinum prints, then places it on art paper.
    • When I etched the film emulsion, I was looking for a way to animate without a camera.
    • The silver halide crystals in a photographic emulsion are not perfect.
    • He describes it as a universal developer for modern film emulsions used under diverse conditions, easy to use, and designed to achieve maximum image stain and minimum general stain.
    • This moisture is transferred from the subject to the emulsion surface of the photographic film and causes an alternation of the electric charge pattern on the film.
    • To make today's platinum prints, a photographer mixes the emulsion from platinum, gelatin and other ingredients, then hand coats a piece of fine art paper with the mixture.
    • When the shutter of your camera opens for that fraction of a second, photons of light stream in and strike the silver halide grains suspended in the gelatin emulsion.
    • The workshop will cover all the camera-less techniques as well as the process of creating sound by scratching in an optical track onto the film emulsion.
    • Other photographic emulsions may use other silver halides; for example silver chloride is used for any photography using infrared light.
    • You can change the color of the image by toning or applying gum bichromate emulsions to a finished platinum print.
    • The grain of photographic emulsion in camera film does much the same.
  • 3

    Chemistry
    emulsión feminine
    • An oil-in-water emulsion is created by dispersing oil droplets in an aqueous phase.
    • Insecticides and miticides may be purchased in forms such as dusts, wettable powders, liquid concentrates, flowables, granules, oil emulsions, aerosol sprays, baits and fumigants.
    • Today, a typical sun protection product consists of a UV absorber in a base, which may be alcohol, oil, or more frequently, an emulsion.
    • Industry preparation of bitumen emulsions often requires that acid (commonly hydrochloric or phosphoric acid) be used as part of the emulsion formulation.
    • To prepare a stable emulsion, an emulsifier must be added that facilitates emulsification of the two immiscible phases and promotes stability.
    • The Houston chemical plant is their only producer of the emulsion styrene butadiene rubber, the raw material used to fabricate tires, belts and hoses.
    • The dermal barrier composition is moisture activated, and remains inert until the hydrophobic and hydrophilic polymer emulsions contact a suitable substrate such as human skin.
    • Liquid polymer emulsions are used for dust control and soil and slope stabilization.
    • As the various ingredients begin to solidify, their surface properties change, weakening the emulsion so that the fat droplets can coalesce still further during the freezing phase.
    • This allows the fluorescent microspheres to behave like the aqueous droplets in the emulsion.
    • Clearly, a system that can create an emulsion with uniform droplet sizes would simplify the data analysis.
    • Latex emulsions are made up of polymeric materials suspended in an aqueous solvent by a surfactant.
    • It had become an experimental fact that both solutes and Brownian emulsions obey the gas laws.
    • They had developed and patented a form of fuel that uses emulsions of water and petroleum as replacements for traditional fuels.
    • Cationic bitumen emulsions break by means of physicochemical interactions between the emulsion particles and the mineral aggregate.
    • The binder may be dissolved in a solvent, or in the form of an emulsion or colloidal dispersion in water.
    • This produces structures known as micelles, giving fatty acids the ability to form emulsions.
    • Her PhD thesis investigated the role of surfactants and emulsions in the petrochemical industry, and detailed the chemical mechanisms involved in road making.
    • Do not use kerosene or fuel oil emulsions as they can cause undesirable flavors in fish.
    • Thus, the selection of the emulsifier used in the preparation of bitumen emulsions is a critical factor in road making applications.