Properties of water in oil emulsions (W/O) stabilized with mixtures of PGPR and polyglycerol fatty acid esters

@article{Fraj2017PropertiesOW,
  title={Properties of water in oil emulsions (W/O) stabilized with mixtures of PGPR and polyglycerol fatty acid esters},
  author={Jadranka Fraj and Lidija Petrovic and Jelena Milinkovic and Jaroslav Katona and Sandra Bu{\vc}ko and Ljiljana Spasojevic},
  journal={Acta Periodica Technologica},
  year={2017},
  pages={95-107}
}
Water in oil (W/O) emulsions are dispersed systems which have very wide application as a carriers in the food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry products. The main problem with practical application of such systems is their low stability. The emulsifiers used to stabilize this type of emulsions are with low hydrophilic-lipophilic balance values. The present work examines the possibility of the application of mixtures of lipophilic emulsifiers polyglycerol polyricinoleate (PGPR… Expand
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