Sucrose Esters Market: Segmentation The global sucrose esters market has been segmented by: Form Liquid Powder Pellets The global sucrose esters market has been segmented by: Application Cosmetics Food, Fruits & Beverage Textiles Detergents and Cleaners Pharmaceuticals Others The global sucrose esters market has been segmented by: Hydrophile-Lipophile Balance
(HLB) values (HLB>15) Emulsifier (HLB 6-11) Confectionery Others The global sucrose esters market has been segmented by: Fatty Acids Lauric Acid Stearic Acid Palmtic Acid Erurcic Acid Mixed Fatty Acid Others Request/View TOC@ https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=3658 Sucrose Esters Market: Regional Outlook In terms of demand, global sucrose esters market is dominated by Asia-Pacific, especially by China.
In turn, cross-linking alters the hydrophile-lipophile balance
of the biopolymer and its physicochemical properties.
Determination of Required Hydrophile-Lipophile Balance
(rHLB) of Andiroba Oil.
of surfactants and solid particles: Physicochemical aspects and applications / P.M.
In addition, Hydrophile-Lipophile Balance
(HLB) and length chain of surfactants may also affect the particle size of vesicles.
Vuano, "Hydrophile-lipophile balance
(HLB) of n-alkane phosphonic acids and theirs salts," Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, vol.
was maintained at 7.0.
W-O-W and O-W-O emulsions require two or more surfactants to be present in the system, one of which has a low Hydrophile-Lipophile Balance
(HLB) value to stabilise the primary WO emulsion and the other with a high HLB value to stabilise the secondary OW emulsion.
Griffin Innovation Center, honors William Griffin, a longtime employee at the site and the inventor of the Hydrophile-Lipophile Balance
Table 1 -- Properties of the AE Surfactants Property AE01 AE02 AE03 Activity, % weight 100 100 100 Viscosity, cP, 25[degrees]C 13 71 129 HLB (a) 5 4 4 Water solubility, % weight, 25[degrees]C 0.2 0.05 0.05 EST (b), mN/m, 25[degrees]C 42.3 34.8 35.6 VOC from solvents None None None (a) HLB = hydrophile-lipophile balance
determined using the Water-Solubility Method, "The HLB System," ICI Americas, Inc., 1992.
Commonly, these stabilizing surfactants are high HLB (hydrophile-lipophile balance
) ethoxylate or ionic types that are prone to stabilize foam as well.
A convenient approach to classifying emulsifiers is to consider their hydrophile-lipophile balance