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Sepawa Congress & Exhibition

Congress & Exhibition
Where to find us Booth C472
October 26 - 28, 2022
Berlin, Germany

Sepawa Congress & Exhibition

The annual SEPAWA® CONGRESS is the most significant meeting point of the detergents/cleansers, cosmetics and fragrance industry in Europe.

 

The lecture programme will cover a number of different topics in the areas referred to above. In more than 150 interesting and diversified lectures and poster presentations, international experts share their latest research findings and innovative developments.

 

In the exhibition area, over 300 companies present their latest products, trends and wide-ranging know-how.

 

The ever-popular After Event and countless networking possibilities round off the framework of the congress and give you the opportunity to establish and expand business and personal contacts.

 

Abstract of the talk by Julia Robbert:

Correlation of Interfacial Elasticity and Emulsion Stability

 

Emulsions are essential for the personal care sector. Their stability, an important factor for formulators, is mainly influenced by aggregation with subsequent coalescence of the droplets. To reduce the tendency to coalesce, and thus increase emulsion stability, highly elastic interfaces have proven useful. To create these, block copolymers or mixtures of surfactants with high and low HLB values are used in practice. The "oscillating drop" method can be used to experimentally determine the interfacial elasticity and thus better understand the formation of such interfaces and the influence of different surfactants. Due to recent advancements of the experimental methodology, these measured values are now much faster, easier, and more readily accessible than was the case just a few years ago. The basics of the measurement method, as well as the latest available measurement equipment, will be presented first-hand by the manufacturer.

Talk

October 26, 2022 | 4:00 PM | Room 9

Correlation of Interfacial Elasticity and Emulsion Stability

Julia Robbert

Applications & Science, KRÜSS