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Difference between conventional, Micro and Nano emulsion.Their Size range and their property on thermodynamic and kinetic stabilty.

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Dear members can any one clearly differentiate the following questions (i) The properties of emulsion in terms of thermodynamic and kinetic stability, (ii) What is the reason for these stability, (iii) How emulsions behave at thermodynamic…Continue

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Dear members can any one clearly differentiate the following questions (i) The properties of emulsion in terms of thermodynamic and kinetic stability, (ii) What is the reason for these stability, (iii) How emulsions behave at thermodynamic instability and kinetic instability (iv) What is the size variance between conventional or Macro-emulsion, Micro-emulsion and Nano-emulsion. (v) Being in literature microemulsions are expressed as thermodynamically stable system and spontaneously formed, why…See More
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Nanoparticle formulation ,Emulsions, Colloidal systems, Biomaterials.
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