Emulsion

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Different kinds of emulsions:
  • A: thetwo liquids are separated, one is on top, the other at the bottom
  • B: The second liquid is dispersed in the first
  • C: The unstable emulsion separates (which will lead to the picture A)
  • D: Surfactant positions itself between the two liquids

Putting two or more liquids together creates an emulsion if the liquids do not mix.

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