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CLASSIFICATION OF SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS BY " HLB " t By Wx

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  title={CLASSIFICATION OF SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS BY " HLB " t By Wx},
  author={BY HLBt},
  year={2011}
}
that are distinctly different. The accepted action is that of promoting the formation of an emulsion; making the emulsion easier to. prepare; producing a finer particle size; and aiding the stability of the emulsion. The second action, which occurs along with the preparation of the emulsion, consists in controlling the type of emulsion that is to be formed, O/W or W/O. This second action appears to be a function of HLB. 

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