High internal phase emulsions stabilized solely by microgel particles.

  title={High internal phase emulsions stabilized solely by microgel particles.},
  author={Zifu Li and Tian Ming and Jianfang Wang and To Ngai},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  volume={48 45},
High internal phase emulsions (HIPEs) are often defined as very concentrated emulsions in which the volume fraction of the internal phase exceeds 0.74. Conventional HIPEs consisting of a continuous organic phase and an internal aqueous phase (water-in-oil, w/o emulsion) are commonly stabilized by large amounts of surfactant. If the continuous phase contains one or more monomeric species that are polymerizable, HIPEs can be used as templates for the fabrication of highly porous materials. Highly… CONTINUE READING


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