Microencapsulation using vibrating technology.

  title={Microencapsulation using vibrating technology.},
  author={Micheal Whelehan and Ian William Marison},
  journal={Journal of microencapsulation},
  volume={28 8},
For over a half a century now, microencapsulation has played a very important role in many industries and in the recent decades, this versatile technology has been applied to numerous biotechnology and medical processes. However, successful application in these areas requires a methodology which has the capability to produce mono-dispersed, homogenous-shaped capsules, with a narrow size distribution, using a short production time. The manufacture of capsules using vibrating technology has… CONTINUE READING
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