volume 6, issue 56, P50650-50657 2016
DOI: 10.1039/c6ra08347a
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Abstract: Generation of miniemulsions (nanoemulsions) comprising hydrophobic vinyl monomers and water by use of the compressed gases carbon dioxide and ethylene, respectively, has been investigated in the absence of high energy mixing. It is proposed that transparent/translucent miniemulsions are formed at the transparency pressure (P T ) as a result of the refractive index of the dispersed phase being reduced due to expansion with carbon dioxide/ethylene, resulting in refractive index matched miniemulsions with enhanc…

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