emulsifying agent


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emulsifying agent

[ə′məl·sə‚fī·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(materials)
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A permanent emulsion can be made by adding a third substance, called an emulsifier or emulsifying agent, to the mixture.
Also effective is a stimulating body wash using an emulsifying agent with lavender, lemon, and cajuput.
Different approaches using both internal and external emulsifying agents have been tried in the market for supplying water-dispersible polyisocyanates.
So, when adding an emulsifying agent, it is important to gradually incorporate it into the fat mixture.
Various emulsifying agents are commercially available, each with different physico-chemical properties.
CL - a substance used as a textile softener and synthesis agent in organic clays, as an additive in cosmetics including shampoos and hair-care products, an emulsifying agent in lotions and in car cleaning products).
Note Because some hand creams containing an anionic emulsifying agent reduce the residual antibacterial effect, of chlorhexidine, these hand creams should not be used.
The emulsion thus formed is stabilised against liquid separation by an emulsifying agent.
With the help of an emulsifying agent, a solvent or oil normally incompatible with water can be uniformly distributed throughout a volume of water.
Moreover, he says, the protein has the potential to serve as a foaming or emulsifying agent in processed consumer products like ice cream, salad dressings and whipped desserts.
BioOil and diesel are generally not miscible; mixing them requires an emulsifying agent to achieve a stable mixture.