Research of features of the impact of the discrete pulse energy input method on the formation of lipid nanostuctures

TitleResearch of features of the impact of the discrete pulse energy input method on the formation of lipid nanostuctures
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsDolinskiy, AA, Avdeeva, LYu., Sharkova, NO, Chunikhin, OYu.
Abbreviated Key TitleDopov. Nac. akad. nauk Ukr.
SectionHeat Physics
Date Published4/2016

The questions of increasing the energy efficiency of technologies, while obtaining the vesicular lipid nanostructures, are studied, by using the method of discrete pulse energy input. The possibility of the use of food phospholipid complexes as a material for lipid nanostructures with the desired properties is shown.

Keywordsdiscrete pulse energy input, disperse systems, functional materials, heterogeneous environment, lipid nanostructures, technology
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