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Trying out nanoemulsions with Sonifier

Trying out nanoemulsions with Sonifier

Trying out nanoemulsions with Sonifier

Hi Everyone,

I have a Branson Sonifier 450 Ultrasonic machine with 13mm tip and wanted to try making semi clear nano emulsions. Does anyone have a simple "recipe" that I can follow just to try it out? I have some regular store bought lecithin and a small sample of Q-Naturele emulsifier and can probably get other more common emulsifier if required. Im new to this and guy who uses the machine is not being helpful, so basically I just want something that I can try out, so far my experiments are all milky emulsions. There's probably more to it than just following a recipe using just oil, water and an emulsion but in any case let me know if anybody has something I can try.


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