Chemistry: Solubilizers, dispersers, and emulsifiers

What’s the difference if an ingredient says it is soluble or dispersible?When something is soluble, it means it will dissolve in the solvent and becomes part of a homogeneous solution. Think of it like salt dissolving in water. If you’ve dissolved it correctly, you can’t see the flecks of salt floating in the water. (The salt is the…

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