emulsifying agent


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emulsifying agent

[ə′məl·sə‚fī·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(materials)
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The nature of the emulsifying agent controls the emulsion type rather than the oil-water-ratio or the method of emulsion preparation [16, 17, 34].
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.
Typically, oil and water or air do not want to be in contact with each other and, to mix effectively, they require an emulsifying agent that reduces the tension created between these two interfaces.
The model 330 pump emulsifies Adjuvant 65 for a water-in-oil emulsion containing antigen in peanut oil with Arlacel A and aluminum monostearate as the emulsifying agent. The pump is suitable for creating viscous fluids/suspensions by forcing fluids back and forth through a micro-emulsifying needle.
With emulsions, liquid asphalt is milled into tiny droplets that are suspended in water and an emulsifying agent. This solution is used to coat the aggregate.
Lecithin, either in granule or chewable tablet form, is an efficient emulsifying agent that helps to break up fat and fatty deposits.
This ingredient is called an emulsifying agent. Emulsifying agents accomplish two tasks that contribute to the finished cake's volume and texture.
Their efforts indicate that the selection of an emulsifying agent can serve as an important parameter for controlling the release of aroma molecules in oil-water emulsions.
Canola protein has been demonstrated as an emulsifying agent to create mayonnaise, and it has the potential to replace whey, gelatin and casein in several applications--offering food processors tremendous cost advantages, since plant-based ingredients are less expensive than animal-derived materials.
Note Because some hand creams containing an anionic emulsifying agent reduce the residual antibacterial effect, of chlorhexidine, these hand creams should not be used.