The researchers added each emulsifier
to oil-in-water samples, then passed the samples through a microfluidizer to reach final concentrations of 0.
Such an insolubility issue is commonly addressed with the addition of an emulsifier
, a chemical that features a water-soluble region and a fat-soluble region in its molecular structure.
The oil-in-water (O/W) emulsifier
Abil Care XL 80 contributes to the cream's velvety-soft feel when spread on the skin.
For all the food production, the choice of emulsifier
is a key to achieve desired textural and sensory properties.
(MDG and DATEM) and gums (guar gum and CMC) were added according to the experimental design shown in Table 1.
This article deals with a "tree-extract" called 'Sweet Sap' which can be used as an emulsifier
for making a water-in-oil emulsion leading to the development of low-VOC solvent-borne enamels.
Experience of industrial use of "Ukrainit" emulsifier
has shown  that it provides sufficient stability of emulsion matrixes during obtaining the pourable EECS, used on open mining operations in pits.
A permanent emulsion can be made by adding a third substance, called an emulsifier
or emulsifying agent, to the mixture.
As of January 2015, all palm oil sourced by the DuPont Nutrition & Health (DuPont) facility in Grinsted Denmark (where it manufactures the majority of its emulsifier
products), is CSPO-certified.
UKPRwire, Tue Jun 09 2015] The market size in terms of revenue of the global food emulsifier
market is forecasted during 2014 to 2021 at each sub-segment level.
To see whether these additives play a role in inflammatory conditions, researchers fed mice an emulsifier
, either polysorbate 80 or carboxymethylcellulose, for 12 weeks.
They observed that emulsifier
consumption changed the species composition of the gut microbiota and did so in a manner that made it more pro-inflammatory.