Particle-stabilized emulsions as templates for hollow spheres and microcapsules

Biggs, Simon and Cayre, Olivier (2015). Particle-stabilized emulsions as templates for hollow spheres and microcapsules. In To Ngai and Stefan Bon (Ed.), Particle-stabilized emulsions and colloids : formation and applications (pp. 228-246) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Royal Society of Chemistry. doi:10.1039/9781782620143-00228


Author Biggs, Simon
Cayre, Olivier
Title of chapter Particle-stabilized emulsions as templates for hollow spheres and microcapsules
Title of book Particle-stabilized emulsions and colloids : formation and applications
Place of Publication Cambridge, United Kingdom
Publisher Royal Society of Chemistry
Publication Year 2015
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1039/9781782620143-00228
Open Access Status Not Open Access
Series RSC Soft Matter
ISBN 9781849738811
9781782620143
9781782623472
ISSN 2048-7681
Editor To Ngai
Stefan Bon
Volume number 2015-January
Chapter number 9
Start page 228
End page 246
Total pages 19
Total chapters 11
Language eng
Abstract/Summary There is currently considerable interest in the whole field of microencapsulation for the development of new and enhanced materials and products across a wide range of technology sectors. Within this broader interest, the application of so-called ‘colloidosome’ technology for the production of capsules has attracted a great deal of academic research. In this short review, we present the current state of knowledge for colloidosome microcapsule technology covering both their synthesis and manufacture. The challenges associated with using colloidosomes to encapsulate active ingredients are also reviewed and the likely applications of these materials as capsules are then discussed.
Keyword Colloidosomes
Pickering emulsions
Colloidal particles
Q-Index Code BX
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

 
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