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Microcapsules with liquid cores and solid shells for pressure-release applications

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Abstract: Encapsulation of one material by another, to form core-shell particles, has many uses; principally these are the containment, protection, and distribution of an active material. This talk describes the development of core-shell particles with liquid cores and solid shells of tunable thickness, the inclusion of dye as a model active, and an experiment that assesses the shells’ compressive breaking forces.

This talk is part of the BPI Seminar Series series.

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