Mist, fog or droplets of a liquid which is usually considered to be a contaminate when used in the filtration industry.
Transport of small liquid particles in vapor, e.g., when drops of water are carried over in steam.
Dispersion of a solid, liquid or gas in a fluid without solution.
The process in which material, such as water droplets or particulate matter, is picked up and carried along by a gas or liquid stream.
Mist, fog or droplets transported by a fluid.
The process of fine droplets of liquid vapor being physically carried along or carried over by steam during distillation or evaporation. In boiler operation this is called carryover; in cooling water processes it is called drift.
The conveying of particles of water or solids from the boiler water by the steam.
Entrainment is the movement of one fluid by another.