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S. Schultz, G. Wagner, K. Urban and J. Ulrich High-Pressure Homogenization as a Process for Emulsion Formation Chemical Engineering & Technology 27

Version of Record online: 29 MAR 2004 | DOI: 10.1002/ceat.200406111

High-pressure homogenization, a method widely used in the pharmaceutical and food industries, is compared to other common mechanical emulsification processes. For the most widely used continuous emulsification techniques the influence of relevant intrinsic parameters on the dispersion properties during emulsification is discussed. High-pressure systems are presented in detail and the average droplet sizes obtained experimentally are compared with data from the literature.

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