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Monday, December 30, 2019

What is Emulsion? Types, Examples and Quiz


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Emulsion


In the previous article on Emulsifiers, the concept of emulsion was highlighted on.

What is Emulsion?
Emulsion is definitely a common term in the chemistry world. Emulsion is the mixing or colliding of one liquid with another liquid the are normally insoluble in each other. It is a type of Colloid action. Although, the mixture of the two immiscible (insoluble) liquids will separate again after a period of time, unless an Emulsifier is added to it.


Types of Emulsion
1) Water-in-Oil Emulsion: Here, the water is suspended in an oil mix. This emulsifier suitable for stabilizing this type of emulsion is more soluble in water and less soluble in oil. An Example is Ice cream.

2) Oil-in-Water Emulsion: Here, the oil is suspended in water mix. This emulsifier suitable for stabilizing this type of emulsion is more soluble in oil and less soluble in water.An Example is Lotions.

water and gas


POP Quiz:
Task: Spot and answer the 3 test question in the Video below.
Leave the answers in the comment section.


Some food emulsifiers are egg yolk, Monoglyceride & Diglyceride, Mucilage (in mustard) and many some others.

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