Flexible cellulose nanofibrils as novel pickering stabilizers: The emulsifying property and packing behavior

Volume: 88, Pages: 180 - 189
Published: Mar 1, 2019
Abstract
In this work, high pressure homogenization (HPH) was applied to alter the physical size of bacterial cellulose, and the obtained bacterial cellulose nanofibrils (BCNFs) with different size were used as stabilizers for O/W Pickering emulsions. The average width of the BCNFs was decreased from 127 to 97 nm with the increasing the homogenized times from 10 to 80 times at 750 Bar, and the obtained BCNFs suspensions was pseudoplastic fluid and...
Paper Details
Title
Flexible cellulose nanofibrils as novel pickering stabilizers: The emulsifying property and packing behavior
Published Date
Mar 1, 2019
Volume
88
Pages
180 - 189
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