Crystallography of dispersed liquid crystalline phases studded by cryo-transmission on electron microscopy
Low molecular weight surfactants, for example monoglycerides and phospholipids, form a multitude of self-assembled structures, such as inverted cubic or hexagonal mesophases, if brought into contact with water/oil. These mesophases can be dispersed in water using adequate surface-active materials such as low molecular weight surfactants or surface active polymers. In order to use such mesophase particles for incorporating drugs and aromas, it is essential to determine their internal...[Show more]
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