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What is Syneresis?

Syneresis is the expulsion (or weeping) of liquid from a gel. It is sometimes a desired result, as in gel filtration. Often it is undesired, such as when the liquid seeps out of pie filling or puddles form on the top of yogurt or margarine.

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