Reversible phase transitions in emulsified nanostructured lipid systems
Aqueous submicron-sized dispersions of the binary monolinolein/water system, which are stabilized by means of a polymer, internally possess a distinct nanostructure. Taking this as our starting point, we were able to demonstrate for the first time that the internal structure of the dispersed particles can be tuned by temperature in a reversible way. Upon increasing the temperature, the internal structure undergoes a transition from cubic via hexagonal to fluid isotropic, the so-called L2 phase,...[Show more]
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