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Re: how can you get a long-term mix of water soluble an non-water soluble items

Date: Tue Sep 28 20:35:03 1999
Posted By: Kieran Kelly, MadSci Admin
Area of science: Chemistry
ID: 938185407.Ch

Without more information about the non-water soluble material, it is difficult 
to give you any specific details.  The best I can offer is to try creating an 
emulsion or a suspension of the non-miscible components.  Emulsions are probably 
the longest lasting option - salad dressing and whipped cream are great examples 
of very stable, long-lasting emulsions.  You should be able to find some great 
literature on emulsion technology at your local public or university library, or 
on the internet.

Good luck!


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