Stability of water in oil emulsions using high molecular weight emulsifiers.

Citation:

R GOUBRAN and N Garti. 1988. “Stability of water in oil emulsions using high molecular weight emulsifiers.” Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 9, 2, Pp. 131–148.

Abstract:

Polymd. and crosslinked unsatd. glycerides were used as emulsifying agents (3-5%) for soybean oil, giving ≤50% aq. emulsions. The d.p., mol. wt. distribution, viscosity, dielec. const., and refractive index of the emulsifier were correlated with the emulsion stability, with mol. wt. ∼40,000 giving the best results. [on SciFinder(R)]
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