Article - 2 May 2005
The gelation time of foods containing a gel can be affected by other ingredients. Steady shear viscometry can be used to measure the structure building, but shearing action retards the structure...
Article - 6 Jun 2005
A relatively quick amplitude sweep experiment can indicate the strength of a gel and its modulus. This can therefore be used to optimize dosing of gelation agents and other components.
News - 23 Mar 2020
One of the most extensively researched topics in the area of material science is electrocatalysis because this process is largely involved in several major energy-associated processes, for example,...
News - 3 Jun 2019
Not everyone may be familiar with the term colloidal gel. However, the majority of people come across these materials daily.
Several pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food products, and even building...
News - 19 Mar 2012
A research team comprising Mihaela Leonida and colleagues from the Fairleigh Dickinson University has explained the preparation technique of chitosan nanoparticles in the International Journal of Nano...
News - 27 Aug 2020
For wound care to be effective, it is essential to maintain conditions that are ideal for the regeneration of skin and tissue. Although hydrogels offer most of these conditions, they cannot maintain...
He lists research interests as controlled release from polymer matrices, polymer degradation, mapping and imaging of polymer formulations, polymer gelation, chemometric data...
Article - 20 Nov 2014
Huan Lee, Co-Founder of Lambient Technologies LLC, talks to AZoM.com about Dielectric Cure Monitoring and how it is used in industry.
Article - 21 Mar 2019
In manufacturing, release films are used to stop molded parts sticking to tools, and vacuum bags allow for the compression of composite materials.
Article - 20 Apr 2015
Dielectric cure monitoring is used to study thermosets and composites for their material state and dielectric properties.