Formation and surface-stabilizing contributions to bare nanoemulsions created with negligible surface charge

Volume: 116, Issue: 19, Pages: 9214 - 9219
Published: Apr 24, 2019
Abstract
The stabilization of nanoemulsions, nanosized oil droplets dispersed in water, is commonly achieved through the addition of surfactants and polymers. However, nanoemulsions in the absence of emulsifiers have been observed to acquire a significant negative charge at their surface, which ultimately contributes to their stability. While the source of this negative charge is disputed to this day, its presence is taken as an inherent property of the...
Paper Details
Title
Formation and surface-stabilizing contributions to bare nanoemulsions created with negligible surface charge
Published Date
Apr 24, 2019
Volume
116
Issue
19
Pages
9214 - 9219
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