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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Kalman Buzas, Peter Budai, and Adrienne Clement

One and a half year long field sampling was established in order to evaluate the contamination of storm water runoff. The event means (EMC) total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) concentration of the runoff was a function of the actual traffic intensity and the rainfall depth. It was concluded that this TPH, of which dominant component is the engine-oil (characteristically C28) does not form an ‘oil-in-water’ type emulsion in the condition of normal motorway-operation, but is interlocked to asphalt, rubber and soot particles of maximum some ten microns size. This condition influences the possibility, way and extent of separation alike. The separation equipments and their sizing applied so far are not suitable to achieve efficient surface water protection. Practical prevention method of accidental type environment pollution was also suggested. On the basis of the international literature evaluation, technical solutions capable to decrease the runoff pollution were summarized. Among these, useful calculation method was developed for designers to determine the sufficient storage capacity (water quality volume) of reservoirs applied for water quality protection. Monitoring technique of runoffs, which are characterized time dependent, variable pollutant concentrations by their nature, was proposed. It was stated that the administrative regulation should aim at the EMC instead of current concentration. Beside TPH information was gained on polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), suspended solids, heavy metals, pH, and nutrient (N, P) pollution of the runoff, which are valuable for the grounding of further research results.

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lead to change of functional properties of the system. As a result of incorporating the multiple water-in-oil-in-water emulsions of nanosized lipids, food spreadability and stability are improved. A low-fat mayonnaise formulation for example provides a

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in bulk oils versus emulsions. J. Agric. Fd Chem ., 42 , 1054–1059. German J.B. Interfacial phenomena in the evaluation of antioxidants in bulk oils versus emulsions

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): Antioxidant activity of a rosemary extract and its constituents, carnosic acid, carnosol, and rosmarinic acid, in bulk oil and oil-in-water emulsion. J. agric. Fd Chem. , 44, 131-135. Antioxidant activity of a rosemary extract and

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: Zs. Kiss, Sz. Kertész, C. Hodúr, G. Keszthelyi-Szabó, and Zs. László

8778 8784 Hu , B. & Scott , K. (2008): Microfiltration of water in oil emulsions and evaluation of fouling mechanism. Chem. Eng. J. , 136 , 210

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: J. Dziuba, P. Minkiewicz, M. Darewicz, H. Mioduszewska, and Z. Dziuba

Darewicz, M., Dziuba, J., Caessens, P. W. J. R. & Gruppen, H. (2000): Dephosphorylation-induced structural changes in β-casein and its amphiphilic fragment in relation to emulsion properties. Biochimie , 82 , 191

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xanthium on the autooxidation of soybean oil in cyclodextrin emulsion. J. Agric. Fd Chem., 40 , 945–948. Nakamura T. Antioxidant properties of xanthium on the autooxidation of soybean

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-Avila , C. , Arranz , E. , Guri , A. , Trujillo , A. & Corredig , M. ( 2016 ): Vegetable protein isolate-stabilized emulsions for enhanced delivery of conjugated linoleic acid in Caco-2 cells . Food Hydrocolloids , 55 , 144 – 154

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1275 Chipault, J. R., Mizuna, G. R. & Lundberg, W. O. (1956): Antioxidant properties of spices in oil-in-water emulsions. Fd Technol. , 10 , 209-211. Antioxidant

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: N. Khantisophon, D. Montet, G. Loiseau, S. Rakshit, W. Stevens, and R. Ray

77 307 309 Dalgleish, D.G. (1997): Adsorption of protein and the stability of emulsions. Trend Fd Sci. Technol. , 1 (8), 1

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