emulsion

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Synonyms for emulsion

(chemistry) a colloid in which both phases are liquids

a light-sensitive coating on paper or film

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HIPE consisting of 75 vol% internal phase and 25 vol% continuous phase was used for polyHIPE preparation.
This effect is expected to be much more pronounced in high internal phase type emulsions, where small changes in the external phase volume can cause a very large increase in viscosity (Salager, 2000).
A high internal phase emulsion (HIPE) is defined as an emulsion in which the dispersed phase occupies more than 74% of the volume, the maximum packing fraction of monodispersed spheres.
The fibers display an internal phase morphology that is evidently controlled by rapid phase separation and rapid solidification.
To construct this simple emulsion, the internal phase is added to the outer phase with high agitation mixing such as disper blending or homogenization.
During the first quarter, we began dosing the first cohort of subjects in our internal Phase I study for catheter-associated urinary tract infections and are pleased that the results showed that NVC-422 was well tolerated in the bladder.
It produces W/O emulsions that are stabilized by single emulsifier system, have low emulsifier concentration (as low as 1%), have excellent high temperature stability, very high internal phase volume (90%) and fine emulsion droplet size (0.
an internal phase detector that enables accurate measurements of PLL bandwidth, jitter transfer and jitter/phase noise spectrum.
However, the high internal phase viscosity presents the challenge of a deposited material that is difficult to remove and tends to build-up with each consecutive shampooing.
Also new from Dow Corning are six high internal phase emulsions.
The product features a high internal phase technology that deposits petrolatum on the skin without getting washed away.