Advances in membrane emulsification: Part A : Recent developments in processing aspects and microstructural design approaches

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title = "Advances in membrane emulsification: Part A : Recent developments in processing aspects and microstructural design approaches",
abstract = "Modern emulsion processing technology is strongly influenced by the market demands for products that are microstructure-driven and possess precisely controlled properties. Novel cost-effective processing techniques, such as membrane emulsification, have been explored and customised in the search for better control over the microstructure, and subsequently the quality of the final product. Part A of this review reports on the state of the art in membrane emulsification techniques, focusing on novel membrane materials and proof of concept experimental set-ups. Engineering advantages and limitations of a range of membrane techniques are critically discussed and linked to a variety of simple and complex structures (e.g. foams, particulates, liposomes etc.) produced specifically using those techniques.",
keywords = "Foams and particulates, Membrane emulsification, Microstructural design, Processing parameters, Simple and complex emulsions",
author = "Fotis Spyropoulos and Lloyd, {David M.} and Hancocks, {Robin D.} and Pawlik, {Aleksandra K.}",
year = "2013",
month = oct,
day = "10",
doi = "10.1002/jsfa.6444",
language = "English",
volume = "94",
pages = "613--627",
journal = "Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture",
issn = "0022-5142",
publisher = "John Wiley & Sons",
number = "4",

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T1 - Advances in membrane emulsification

T2 - Part A : Recent developments in processing aspects and microstructural design approaches

AU - Spyropoulos, Fotis

AU - Lloyd, David M.

AU - Hancocks, Robin D.

AU - Pawlik, Aleksandra K.

PY - 2013/10/10

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N2 - Modern emulsion processing technology is strongly influenced by the market demands for products that are microstructure-driven and possess precisely controlled properties. Novel cost-effective processing techniques, such as membrane emulsification, have been explored and customised in the search for better control over the microstructure, and subsequently the quality of the final product. Part A of this review reports on the state of the art in membrane emulsification techniques, focusing on novel membrane materials and proof of concept experimental set-ups. Engineering advantages and limitations of a range of membrane techniques are critically discussed and linked to a variety of simple and complex structures (e.g. foams, particulates, liposomes etc.) produced specifically using those techniques.

AB - Modern emulsion processing technology is strongly influenced by the market demands for products that are microstructure-driven and possess precisely controlled properties. Novel cost-effective processing techniques, such as membrane emulsification, have been explored and customised in the search for better control over the microstructure, and subsequently the quality of the final product. Part A of this review reports on the state of the art in membrane emulsification techniques, focusing on novel membrane materials and proof of concept experimental set-ups. Engineering advantages and limitations of a range of membrane techniques are critically discussed and linked to a variety of simple and complex structures (e.g. foams, particulates, liposomes etc.) produced specifically using those techniques.

KW - Foams and particulates

KW - Membrane emulsification

KW - Microstructural design

KW - Processing parameters

KW - Simple and complex emulsions

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JO - Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture

JF - Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture

SN - 0022-5142

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