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Emilsions and their preparation


, : Emilsions and their preparation. Pharmaceut Jour 158(4346): 124

Reviews of 3 recent books on emulsions. (1) Theoretical and applied emulsion technology. A symposium, 360p., $6. 50. New York: Chemical Publishing Co., Brooklyn. This has 16 sections, each contributed by a specialist. "Emulsions in the patent literature" includes 244 valuable references. Section 16 contains a very useful list of emulsifying agents, giving commercial name, chemical name or formula, type of emulsion and name of maker. Emulsions of cod liver oil and mineral oil are of special interest to pharmacists. Emulsifying machines and the application of emulsions for agricultural spraying are subjects of other sections. (2) Structure des emulsions des emulsoides et des suspensions. Mahler, E., 84p. Paris: Libraire Malvine SA. A study of the physico-chemical properties of emulsion constituents. The preferential solubility of emulgents and its significance is discussed. The phenomena of viscosity, surface tension, thixotropy (gels liquefying), synaeresis (separation of liquid from gel), etc., are explained in relation to pharmaceut. prepns. (3) Cosmetologie Dermatologie esthetique. Gatte-fosse, H. M. 114p. Paris: Libraire Malvine. Emulsions employed in cosmetics and their relation to the skin.

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