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Encapsulation d'espèces lipophiles actives par émulsion double

Abstract : Nowadays, encapsulation is a widespread technology in fragrance applications. Indeed, it allows control of the fragrance release as well as protection of the fragrance molecules with respect to oxidation. The objective of this PhD is the development of a new concept of encapsulation based on the formulation of double oil-in-water-in-oil emulsion and the polymerization of the intermediate aqueous phase. The two, internal and external, oil phases, , are respectively the fragrance and perfume solvent while the aqueous phase is composed of hydrophilic monomers leading to a more or less fragrance-diffusive polymer matrix after their radical polymerization. The main advantage of this encapsulation principle is to locate the polymerization and the possibly reactive fragrance’s molecules in separate compartments. This strategy which combines the Sciences of Emulsion, Polymers and Fragrance but also the Formulation allows obtaining robust capsules exhibiting both diffusive properties and a triggered release under a mechanical stress. These capsules behaves as micrometric sponges that can deform and restore their initial state.. In this general scheme, the capsules' properties can be tuned by an appropriate choice of the polymerization reactants and their concentrations.
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Margot Stasse. Encapsulation d'espèces lipophiles actives par émulsion double. Autre. Université de Bordeaux, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018BORD0030⟩. ⟨tel-01780675⟩



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