Emulsification. To Demonstrate the emulsification of neutral fats in water and solutions of Sodium Carbonate, Soap and Bile salt. Emulsion. Emulsion is a colloidal dispersion in which both the disperse phase and dispersion medium are liquids but are not miscible. Principle.
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To Demonstrate the emulsification of neutral fats in water and solutions of Sodium Carbonate, Soap and Bile salt.
In the presence of substances that lower the surface tension of water for example, Sodium carbonate, soap, Bile salt etc. The tendency of water molecules to coalesce is decreased and emulsion become stable. Since , bile salt cause the greatest decrease in surface tension , they are the best emulsifying agents.