pickering emulsions
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2022 ◽  
Vol 8 ◽  
Wei Xu ◽  
Zhifan Li ◽  
Haomin Sun ◽  
Shuqing Zheng ◽  
He Li ◽  

Food-grade high internal-phase Pickering emulsions (HIPPEs) stabilized by solid or colloidal particles with different advantages have attracted extensive attention nowadays. However, looking for new appropriate particle stabilizers is the common practice for HIPPEs preparation. It is crucial to find a new strategy for the development of functional HIPPEs with controllable properties. In this study, a high concentration of xanthan gum/lysozyme nanoparticles (XG/Ly NPs) was used for the preparation of HIPPEs for the first time. Visual observations, creaming index (CI), microstructure, and rheology tests were carried out to investigate the potential of XG/Ly NPs as HIPPEs stabilizers. Results indicated that XG/Ly NPs could stabilize oil droplets in the concentration range of 0.5–4% (w/v). The HIPPEs with a minimal particle concentration of 1% exhibited remarkable physical stability. Rheological measurements showed that a high stability of solid-like HIPPEs was successfully obtained with a higher concentration of XG/Ly NPs. Overall, the HIPPEs stabilized by different concentrations of XG/Ly NPs exhibited excellent rheological and structural properties, which might provide a feasible strategy for the development of functional emulsion systems with controllable structures.

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Nuttinee Tangsrianugul ◽  
Thunnalin Winuprasith ◽  
Manop Suphantharika ◽  
Jirarut Wongkongkatep

In this study, effect of hydrocolloids with different electrostatic characteristics, i.e. negatively charged xanthan gum (XG), positively charged chitosan (CH), and non-ionic guar gum (GG) on physicochemical properties, stability, and...

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