form bubbles


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Verb1.form bubbles - become bubbly or frothy or foaming; "The boiling soup was frothing"; "The river was foaming"; "Sparkling water"
lather - form a lather; "The shaving cream lathered"
bubble - form, produce, or emit bubbles; "The soup was bubbling"
seethe - foam as if boiling; "a seething liquid"
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This will cause the oil to form bubbles. Turn the heat back up to low and sprinkle in salt (no seasoning cubes).
If you haven't used the heating for a while, air can enter the system and form bubbles at the top of your radiators, which stops them from working efficiently.
If you have not used the heating for a while, air can enter the system and form bubbles at the top of your radiators, which stops them from working efficiently.
"Diving while in stress or exposure to strong currents can form bubbles of nitrogen in the blood stream of the diver.
When mixed with other ingredients, they form bubbles of carbon dioxide gas that make the dessert rise.
The heat from the microwave causes water molecules in the soap to form bubbles, which expand causing the soap to grow.
A foaming agent, which is a surfactant, can effectively reduce the surface tension of a liquid and form bubbles with the surrounding air with its double-electron layer arrangement in the liquid film surface [11].
Before this happens, the mixture is held at a pressure and temperature that keeps the gas dissolved within the molten polymer, but as the pressure drops, the gas comes out of solution to form bubbles, in the same way that bubbles of C[O.sub.2] form when opening a can of fizzy drink.
The scanning technique used by Erica has the potential to heat water inside the seed, causing it to vaporise and form bubbles. That means the bubbles may not be part of the growing process at all.
The reduce pressure in the chamber causes dissolved hydrogen to come out of the solution in the melt and either escape from the sample through the molten surface or form bubbles inside the solidifying sample.
In deeper ocean areas, however, cold temperatures, high pressure, masses of overlying water, and low oxygen concentration hold the hydrates harmlessly in the icy ocean sediments but, as global surface temperatures rise and gradually penetrate to the seafloor, frozen methane can thaw and form bubbles. If the thawing occurs in the bottom of the deep ocean, the methane can be dissolved in the overlying seawater and oxidized to carbon dioxide by bacteria.
If they are short it means there is air trapped in that area and it is being pushed out to form bubbles when the rib is filled.