These emulsion systems are typically prepared by wetting the stabilizing agent in the primary liquid with mechanical agitation before the addition of the secondary liquid.
The most common form in use for laboratory animals is the pelleted diet, which is typically formed by adding water to the mixture of ground ingredients and then forcing it through a die.
Waxes by themselves are soluble in oil and, in the absence of asphaltenes, do not form stable emulsions in model oils. Asphaltenes Resins Other high-molecular-weight hydrocarbons These materials are apparently precipitated from the crude oil by the reduction in pH  and are among the tightest emulsions produced.
The viscosity decreased when higher shear stress was applied.
This process requires energy and provides a barrier to coalescence. Nakano, J. Figure 8: Other than that, Murray et al. Pipeline transportation of viscous crudes as molecules of surfactant provide a strong barrier of oil droplet concentrated oil-in-water emulsions.
The average particle size would be of little concern if the tail of the distribution curve did not extend beyond that critical diameter value. Albert and J. For water separation, drops must coalesce—and the smaller the drops, the greater the time to separate. An effective technique to reduce the viscosity of heavy oil is the formation Fig 3: But, interestingly, such transitional delay was not observed for the case of oil-in-water emulsions.
Particle size depends on the pore size of the screen used in a hammer mill or other grinder. Briceno, M.
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