emulsifier


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e·mul·si·fy

 (ĭ-mŭl′sə-fī′)
tr.v. e·mul·si·fied, e·mul·si·fy·ing, e·mul·si·fies
To make into an emulsion.


e·mul′si·fi′a·ble (-fī′ə-bəl), e·mul′si·ble (-sə-bəl) adj.
e·mul′si·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.
e·mul′si·fi′er n.
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emulsifier

(ɪˈmʌlsɪˌfaɪə)
n
(Chemistry) an agent that forms or preserves an emulsion, esp any food additive, such as lecithin, that prevents separation of sauces or other processed foods
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emulsifier

A substance which both assists the formation of an emulsion and stabilizes it when formed.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.emulsifier - a surface-active agent that promotes the formation of an emulsion
lecithin - a yellow phospholipid essential for the metabolism of fats; found in egg yolk and in many plant and animal cells; used commercially as an emulsifier
surface-active agent, surfactant, wetter, wetting agent - a chemical agent capable of reducing the surface tension of a liquid in which it is dissolved
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Translations
emulgaator
emulsionante

emulsifier

[ɪˈmʌlsɪˌfaɪəʳ] Nagente m emulsionador, emulsionante m
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emulsifier

[ɪˈmʌlsɪfaɪər] n (for foods)émulsifiant m
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emulsifier

nEmulgator m
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Four new distribution partners have been appointed to market Palsgaard's emulsifier and stabiliser solutions across the Middle East.
The researchers added each emulsifier to oil-in-water samples, then passed the samples through a microfluidizer to reach final concentrations of 0.1%, 0.25% and 0.5%.
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Therefore, when O/W nanoemulsions are used as nanocarriers in delivery systems, the interfacial membrane formed by the emulsifier is an important factor in controlling the ability of the emulsion to protect the encapsulated functional compounds and to inhibit their diffusion from the oil droplets into the aqueous phase.
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.
Various methods have been used to control starch retrogradation, namely, physical techniques (temperature, pressure, humidity, and storage conditions), the addition of food additives (emulsifier, hydrocolloids, and nonstarch polysaccharides), enzymolysis, and biotechnological modifications [4].