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What is an emulsion? and give some examples

Emulsions are solutions of water and oil. With small droplets of one suspended in the other.

Common examples of emulsions:

- Mayonnaise, Milk (oil droplets in water)

- Butter, Margarine (water droplets in oil) 

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