Substances with an emulsifying effect are added to foods to make a stable emulsion out of two immiscible liquid phases, such as oil and water. Emulsifiers such as lecithin and proteins are used, e.g. to produce margarine, mayonnaise and ice cream. The emulsifying effect of various substances is tested in this experiment.
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- Emulsifying effect in foods
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