emulsifying agent


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emulsifying agent

[ə′məl·sə‚fī·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(materials)
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It should be emphasized, however, that sufficient concentration of the emulsifying agent must be included in the emulsion system to cover all the dispersed globules.
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In addition, aluminum chloride and ferric chloride may be used in clay-in-water solutions to form emulsifying agents for the synthetic asphalt and modified synthetic asphalt mixtures.
Dispersions of silicone-alkyd resins in water can be stabilized by internal or external emulsifying agents.
The new 40% concentration differs significantly from other water-soluble forms of CoQ10 because it does not contain emulsifying agents that can create problems once the product is in solution.
Additives Offered: anti-flooding agents, anti-foaming agents, anti-marring agents, anti-sagging agents, anti-settling agents, anti-skinning agents, dispersing agents, driers, emulsifying agents, flatting agents, flow control agents, slip aids, stabilizers, suspension agents, UV absorbers
After polymerization, the polymer is separated from the solvent or from the emulsifying agents, which requires several process steps, including coagulation, stripping, various mechanical separation stages, and drying.
No stabilizers or emulsifying agents are added, and the ice cream retains the full nutritional value of soybean milk, its developers say.
Other ingredients such as sugar, condensed milk or cream, emulsifying agents, flavours and additional cocoa butter are added to the cocoa liquor and mixed using a machine.
Edible uses of oils and fats: Spreads: butter and ghee; Spreads: margarine and vanaspati; Baking fats, doughs and shortenings; Frying oils and fats; Salad oils, mayonnaise and salad cream and French dressings; Chocolate and confectionery fats; Ice cream; Incorporation of vegetable oils into dairy products; Edible coatings and spray processing; Emulsifying agents.