Nanoemulsion

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Nanoemulsion

Latin ex and mulgēre - milked out (milk is a well-known emulsion). Finely distributed mixture of two normally immiscible liquids (e.g. water and oil) with no visible segregation. If the droplets are nanoscale, this is called a nanoemulsion.

 

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