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Biopolymers tend to form multilayered interfaces around oil droplets and stabilize oil-in-water emulsions. You can identify the maximum lipid concentration ( ... ) capable of forming a stable multilayer emulsion for a given biopolymer through theoretical calculations. The concentration range of the biopolymer can also be calculated. This Demonstration generates stability maps for multilayered emulsions based on the lipid fraction and the biopolymer properties (e.g. molecular weight, ... ) and concentrations. It depicts three functions that determine multilayer stability and identifies the range where stable emulsions can be formed.
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