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화장품 에멀젼: 입자에 의한 안정화
Cosmetic Emulsions: Stabilization by Particles

조완구    (전주대학교 대체의학대학 기초의과학과  );
  • 초록

    본 총설에서는 나노미터 크기의 고체 입자가 오일-물 계면에 흡착됨으로써 안정화된 에멀젼의 제조와 성질에 대하여 기술하였다. 이렇게 제조된 에멀젼을 Pickering 에멀젼이라 하며 이 에멀젼을 계면활성제로 안정화된 일반적인 에멀젼과 비교하였다. Pickering 에멀젼의 독특한 성질은 입자의 계면 흡착 에너지가 큰 점에 기인하며 일반 에멀젼과 주요한 차이점은 고체 입자가 비가역적으로 계면에 흡착한다는 사실이다. Pickering 에멀젼의 전상은 w/o (water-in-oil) 타입에서 o/w (oil-in-water)로 수상의 분율이 증가함에 따라 발생한다. 친수성의 입자는 o/w 에멀젼을 형성하는 경향을 보이고 친유성 입자는 w/o 에멀젼을 형성하는 경향을 보이며 이는 고체 입자의 오일-물 계면에서의 접촉각에 따른다. Pickering 에멀젼의 안정성은 많은 부분에서 일반적인 에멀젼과는 다른 거동을 보였다. 저자는 또한 Pickering 에멀젼의 화장품 응용 가능성에 대해서도 논의하였다.


    The preparation and properties of emulsions stabilized by the adsorption of solid particles at the oil-water interface are reviewed. Comparison is made with the behaviour of surfactant-stabilized emulsions. Many of the properties of Pickering emulsions are attributed to the large free energy of adsorption for particles. The main differences is due to the irreversible adsorption of particles to the interface. Phase inversion from w/o (water-in-oil) to o/w (oil-in-water) can be brought by increasing the volume fraction of water. Hydrophilic particles tend to form o/w emulsion whereas hydrophobic particles form w/o emulsion. The contact angle at the oil-water interface is main parameter to decide the emulsion type. The aspects of stability of Pickering emulsions are in contrast to general emulsions in some points. The possibility using Pickering emulsions for cosmetics is also proposed.


  • 주제어

    pickering emulsion .   nano-particle .   cosmetics .   wettability .   contact angle.  

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