Emulsification

The formation of a colloidal suspension, or the dispersion of particles of a solid, liquid or gas in another substance. In lithographic printing processes, fountain solution is emulsified into the ink. Improper emulsification of water and ink is the cause of a variety of printing problems. (See Ink: Printing Ink Defects and Problems.)

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