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Processing of High Surfactant Content Powders

Within the Unilever Beauty and Personal Care (BPC) portfolio, products with a wide range of rheological and physical properties can be found which can be defined by their specific microstructure which includes complex fluids and solid product formats. Read more

Processing of High Surfactant Content Powders

Within the Unilever Beauty and Personal Care (BPC) portfolio, products with a wide range of rheological and physical properties can be found which can be defined by their specific microstructure which includes complex fluids and solid product formats. Read more

Predicting interfacial pH in micellar solutions: linking morphology with reactivity in aqueous surfactant systems

The pH at the surface of a micelle (local pH) can be markedly different (several pH units) to the bulk pH resulting in ionisable surfactants, such as CAPB being protonated while its pKa would suggest it was fully deprotonated. Read more

Foam improved oil recovery

Typically in oil and gas production, only a small fraction of the oil present manages to flow out of an oil reservoir under the reservoir’s own pressure. Read more

Sustainability assessment of biobased surfactants by fermentation and biomass transformation

  Research Group: Sustainable Industrial Engineering
This PhD project in collaboration with Holiferm Limited will assess the environmental impacts and techno-economic aspects of different types of biosurfactants, produced via a variety of pathways such as fermentation and biomass transformation, and compare these to traditional chemical surfactants in a consistent way – allowing for fair and even evaluation of the environmental profiles/benefits. Read more
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