Effect of Degassing on the Formation and Stability of Surfactant-Free Emulsions and Fine Telfon Dispersions
The results reported here demonstrate that the formation of surfactant-free, oil-in-water emulsions is significantly enhanced by the almost complete removal of dissolved gases. However, in an apparent contradiction, the reintroduction of dissolved gases does not destabilize already formed emulsions. Removal of dissolved gases enables the formation of much more turbid and stable hydrocarbon oil in water emulsions, which can be further studied without the effects of various additives, often...[Show more]
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