In some cases, the use of single emulsifier cannot meet the quality requirements, so it is necessary to use oleic acid or sodium oleate as an auxiliary emulsifier. Auxiliary emulsifying agent acting as thichening agents to stabilize emulsion.
TYPES OF AUXILIARY EMULSIFIER (FOR FAT EMULSION)
Oleic Acid Cas No.: 112-80-1
Oleic acid can be used as co-emulsifier in lipid emulsions to improve the emulsification effect and enhance the stability of the emulsion.
THE EFFECTS OF AUXILIARY EMULSIFIER (FOR FAT EMULSION)
Oleic acid is used as anauxiliary emulsifier in emulsion preparations to improve the emulsification effect and enhance emulsion stability.
The emulsifier is a mixture of polyssorbitol 80 with mono glycerol and diglycerol, 40% α -mono glycerol, 70% α -mono glycerol and lecithin. Samples containing lecithin had the lowest flavor scores.