Responsive Emulsion Gels with Tunable Properties Formed by Self-Assembled Nanofibrils of Natural Saponin Glycyrrhizic Acid for Oil Structuring

Volume: 65, Issue: 11, Pages: 2394 - 2405
Published: Mar 14, 2017
Abstract
Saponin nanofibrils assembled from natural glycyrrhizic acid (GA) have been recently shown to be an effective structurant for edible oil structuring. This work showed that the microstructure and mechanical properties of the novel emulsion gels formed by GA fibrils could be well tuned by oil phase polarity. For more polar oils (algal oil), the GA fibrils had a higher affinity to the oil–water interface, showing a faster adsorption kinetics, thus...
Paper Details
Title
Responsive Emulsion Gels with Tunable Properties Formed by Self-Assembled Nanofibrils of Natural Saponin Glycyrrhizic Acid for Oil Structuring
Published Date
Mar 14, 2017
Volume
65
Issue
11
Pages
2394 - 2405
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