Dynamically reconfigurable complex emulsions via tunable interfacial tensions

@article{Zarzar2015DynamicallyRC,
  title={Dynamically reconfigurable complex emulsions via tunable interfacial tensions},
  author={Lauren D Zarzar and Vishnu Sresht and Ellen M. Sletten and Julia A Kalow and Daniel Blankschtein and Timothy M. Swager},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2015},
  volume={518},
  pages={520-524}
}
Emulsification is a powerful, well-known technique for mixing and dispersing immiscible components within a continuous liquid phase. Consequently, emulsions are central components of medicine, food and performance materials. Complex emulsions, including Janus droplets (that is, droplets with faces of differing chemistries) and multiple emulsions, are of increasing importance in pharmaceuticals and medical diagnostics, in the fabrication of microparticles and capsules for food, in chemical… CONTINUE READING
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