alexa Vibration Technology for Microencapsulation: The Restrictive Role of Viscosity

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Vibration Technology for Microencapsulation: The Restrictive Role of Viscosity

Microencapsulation employed in a broad range of applications, including those with a strict demand on standardization, requires to understand the limitations of respective encapsulation technologies. Among the most frequently used technologies, vibration technology has gained a significant interest due to high capacity and capability to produce uniform and monodisperse microspheres. In this contribution, the restrictive role of viscosity and practical consequences regarding the production of microspheres using vibration technology are reported and discussed.

Citation: Nemethova V, Lacik I, Razga F (2015) Vibration Technology for Microencapsulation: The Restrictive Role of Viscosity. J Bioprocess Biotech 5:199 doi: 10.4172/2155-9821.1000199

 
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