Viscoelastic characterization of the crosslinking of beta-lactoglobulin on emulsion drops via microcapsule compression and interfacial dilational and shear rheology
Matthew D Biviano, Lukas J Boni, Joseph D Berry, Peter Fischer, Raymond R Dagastine
JOURNAL OF COLLOID AND INTERFACE SCIENCE | ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE | Published : 2021
HYPOTHESIS: Interfacial rheology provides insight into the mechanical properties of adsorption layers on liquid-liquid interfaces, which mediates the stability of emulsion droplets. The use of capsule compression at the scale of an emulsion droplet to probe the interfacial rheology may open up the possibility of testing the interfacial rheological properties of droplets with complex histories and extremely small volumes found in many applications. EXPERIMENTS: The time dependent interfacial rheological behavior of β-lactoglobulin adsorption layers on an oil/water interface in the native and crosslinked state was extracted using small oscillatory indentation with atomic force microscopy (AFM)..View full abstract
Awarded by Mondelez Australia
Awarded by ETH Zurich
This work was performed in part in the Materials Characterisation and Fabrication Platform at the University of Melbourne. This work was performed in part at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication in the Victorian Node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility. MDB, JB and RRD acknowledge funding from Australian Research Council (ARC), The University of Melbourne and Mondelez Australia for providing funding through Industrial Transformation Research Hub (ITRH, Project ID: IH120100053). MDB acknowledges the funding from the Robert Bage Scholarship. LJB and PF acknowledge funding from ETH Zurich (Grant ETH-1914-1).