Lipid and Polymer-Lipid Systems by Barry W. Ninham (auth.), Tommy Nylander, Björn Lindman

By Barry W. Ninham (auth.), Tommy Nylander, Björn Lindman (eds.)

The renewed and lengthening curiosity in lipid self-assembly, section behaviour and interfacial houses could be concerning either a miles more desirable perception in organic platforms and the purposes of lipids in foodstuff and pharmaceutical undefined; within the latter, the improvement of drug supply platforms in line with lipids has develop into in concentration. Amphiphilic structures contain lipids, surfactants in addition to sorts of polymers, together with block and graft copolymers. learn on organic amphiphiles has usually been carried out break free examine on artificial ones. in spite of the fact that, in recent times a really fruitful convergence among the 2 fields has developed. those new views on primary learn and purposes of lipids are mentioned in those lawsuits from a global symposium on "Lipid and Polymer Lipid-systems", October 2000 in Chia Laguna in Italy - a joint project of Prof. Maura Monduzzi at Cagliari collage, Italy and Camurus Lipid study beginning, Lund, Sweden.

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Lower panels: size distribution, P(R), from optical microscopy (left) and pulsed-field-gradient spinecho (PGSE) NMR (right) Application to daily emulsions Butter Butter consist of 15% water and 85% fats, this being the continuous phase. It is not a true water-in-oil emulsion because at least three different phases can be identified: one continuous phase of liquid fats, one phase of the Fig. 3 Investigation of the salted butter. Upper panel: representative microphotograph. Lower panels: size distribution, P(R), from optical microscopy (left) and PGSE-NMR (right) 26 solid fats and one dispersed phase of aqueous solution (buttermilk).

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