PRACTICAL BASICS AND THEORY IN EMULSION TECHNOLOGY
Wednesday, August 23, 2017 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Course Instructor: Mark Chandler
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course will be good for sales and marketing personnel who want to gain greater insight on emulsion formulation, quality control and manufacturing personnel who would like to gain an appreciation for the products they are testing and producing and formulators who want to learn more and better ways to make oil and water peacefully coexist.
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This course will include the following:
1. o/w oil-in water
2. w/o water-in-oil
B. Physical Chemistry of Emulsions
1. Surface Tension2. Colligative Properties3. Micelles4. HLB5. Emulsion Stabilizing Methods6. Liquid Crystals
C. Designing Emulsions
1. Where to start2. How to get a specific feel3. Ingredients
a. How to findb. Suppliersc. Functionsd. MSDS
A. Emulsifier BehaviorB. Emulsifier location and PhasesC. Polymeric emulsifiersD. Emulsions without emulsifiersE. Viscosity and rheology
A. StabilityB. EfficacyC. SafetyD. PreservationE. Claim Substantiation
A. DefinitionsB. MixingC. HomogenizationD. Heat transferE. Scale-up effectsF. Use of the Microscope
Please note that Course Fee includes coffee/bagels, lunch/beverages and afternoon snack. All course materials are included in the fee as well. Any required Parking and/or Hotel accommodations must be made by attendee. Please see Hotel tab for recommended Hotel.
NOTE: The SCC reserves the right to cancel any course for extenuating circumstances. A full refund will be issued in this case.