Liquid Formulations

  • Taki Koffi AlphonseEmail author


Emulsion technology is used in many industries. Understanding the basic science behind it is very important in product development. In this paper, we discuss different types of emulsions and their applications, long term stability improvements, and also the most recent emulsification methods.


Emulsions Microemulsions Creaming Flocculation Coalescence Oswald ripening Stability Liquid crystal αGel Bentonite 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Application Development, Nikkol GroupCosmos Technical Center Co., LtdTokyoJapan

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