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Encapsulation by microcapsules

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Lunch in the open plan area at 12.30

Over the years, encapsulation has generated vast interest because of its various applications. This includes protection of fragile ingredients, masking of unpleasant tastes/smells, controlled and/or targeted release as well as extended shelf life. To achieve this, near micron-sized particles have been explored as potential encapsulation vessels. For this presentation, this includes three varieties; colloidosome microcapsules, coacervation microcapsules and colloidal buckets. The fabrication process of each is explained, with corresponding results illustrated, followed by demonstration of the encapsulation capability.

This talk is part of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Flows (IEEF) series.

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