Emulsion Formation by Nucleation and Growth Mechanisms
Phase Inversion and Drop Formation in Agitated Liquid–Liquid Dispersions in the Presence of Nonionic Surfactants
Lifetime and Destruction of Concentrated Emulsions Undergoing Coalescence
Interactions and Macroscopic Properties of Emulsions and Microemulsions
Gel Emulsions—Relationship between Phase Behaviour and Formation
About this book
Emulsions occur either as end products or during the processing of products in a huge range of areas including the food, agrochemical, pharmaceutical, paint and oil industries. Despite over one hundred years of research in the subject, however, a quantitative understanding of emulsions has been lacking. Modern Aspects of Emulsion Science presents a comprehensive description of both the scientific principles in the field and the very latest advances in research in this important area of surface and colloid science. Topics covered include emulsion formation, type, stability (creaming, flocculation, ripening, coalescence), monodisperse and gel emulsions, and applications. Emphasis has been placed on relating the chemistry of the surfactant or protein adsorbed at the oil-water interface to the principles of the physics involved in the bulk emulsion property. The book has been written by a collection of the world's leading experts in the field, and covers both experimental and theoretical approaches. Modern Aspects of Emulsion Science fills a real gap in the market, being the only book of its kind in print. As such it will prove essential reading for graduates and researchers in this subject, in both academia and industry.