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Mechanism Of Oil Droplet Fragmentation In High Pressure Homogenizers

L. Phipps
Published 1971 · Materials Science, Medicine

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THE process of subdividing the relatively large polydisperse oil globules of a coarse oil-in-water emulsion into a large number of smaller globules of narrow size range is termed “homogenization”. In a well homogenized emulsion the globules are so small that they have little tendency to rise and separate out; this is a desirable property of many emulsions of technical importance.
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