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Recent Dispersion Technology Using Liquid Crystal
Published 2018 · Materials Science
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Lyotropic liquid crystals have prospective potentials for several industrial applications and also being a key technology in terms of the quality assurance of a product, drug carrier, as well as interpretation of biological phenomena. This chapter will provide the recent topics on several applications of liquid crystals in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical fields and review how to generate the lyotropic liquid crystals in the amphiphilic material system on the basis of the phase behavior and why the liquid crystal structure can impact the respective application.
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