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    Please can anyone give me some guidance on how to use the Communition Technique when mixing an insoluble liquid into a liquid

    Thank you

  • #2
    Oil into water classic example. You will need an emulsifier. A cream maker can be bought for a few pounds.
    Must say that in all my years never heard of what you call it. Emulsification is correct term in my view.
    johnep

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    • #3
      Hi John

      Its really confused me

      The actual question reads "How would you use the following technique when making medicine"
      Communition - when preparing to mix an insoluble solid into a liquid

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      • #4
        Your post said liquid into liquid. So which is it.? if a solid then would use suitable suspending agent. Classic example was Mist Aspirin. Pulv Trag Co used in this mixture. Modern agent would be Xanthan gum.
        If you ask the wrong question, will get a wrong answer!
        johnep

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        • #5
          Originally posted by johnep View Post
          Your post said liquid into liquid. So which is it.? if a solid then would use suitable suspending agent. Classic example was Mist Aspirin. Pulv Trag Co used in this mixture. Modern agent would be Xanthan gum.
          If you ask the wrong question, will get a wrong answer!
          johnep
          Dissolve the solid into a suitable edible oil then emulsify it?

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          • #6
            Need a surfactant ?

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