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What effervescence means?

Effervescence. Effervescence is the escape of gas from an aqueous solution and the foaming or fizzing that results from a release of the gas. The word effervescence is derived from the Latin verb fervere, preceded by the adverb ex.

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Also question is, what is effervescence give an example?

Effervescence is the formation of gas bubbles in a liquid by a chemical reaction. An example of effervescence is the release of carbon dioxide which bubbles as a gas from the liquid when limestone chips, which are composed of calcium carbonate, are added to dilute hydrochloric acid.

Beside above, what is an effervescent personality? Something effervescent has bubbles or froth, like a sparkling wine or a bubble bath. If you have a happy, light, cheerful personality — if you are "bubbly" — you too are effervescent. Remember, someone with an effervescent personality is just bubbly, not full of gas!

In respect to this, what does Effervesence mean?

effervescence noun [U] (FIZZY) the fact that bubbles of gas are produced or exist in a liquid, or the bubbles themselves: Carbonated water has absorbed carbon dioxide, which produces effervescence.

What is the cause of effervescence?

Efflorescence is caused when soluble salts and other water dispersible materials come to the surface of concrete and mortars. It's induced by low temperatures, moist conditions, condensation, rain, dew, and water added to the surface of fresh concrete to assist troweling.

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