M.Sc. students

88. S. Rokach: PPI dendrimer solubilzation into lecithin microemulsions.

87. E. Mourelatou (2010): Dendrimers in liposomes- solubilization and characterization.

86. A. Elyada: Crystallization of calcium phosphate on organic multilayer coatings for artificial implants.

85. R. Kolbezon (2010): Solubilization of CoQ10 and omega-3-fatty acids in NSSL systems.

84. L. Cherkabovsky-Bitan (2009): Solubilization and structural interactions of ascorbic acid and vitamin E into HII LLC.

83. M. Gavriel-Aviv (2010): Crystallization of calcium phosphate on organic multilayer coatings for artificial implants/

82. S. Blau: Solubiliztion of drugs in cationic-based HII mesophases.

81. C. Pemberton: NMR chromatography using silica and nano structured media.

80. N. Amar-Zrihen (2010): Solubilization of aroma compounds into HII mesophases.

79. G. Hoshen (2011): Lipase-induced drug delivery from reverse hexagonal mesophase- properties and structures.

78. R. Wurzberg (2010): Synergistic solubilization of sodium diclofenac and phytosterols in a discontinuous micellar cubic mesophase (QL).

77. S. Fisher: Cosolubilization of phytosterols and statins.

76. B. Achrai (2010): Solubilization of gabapentin in reversed hexagonal lyotropic liquid crystals: characterization and delivery.

75. T. Mishraki (2009): Lysozyme solubilization within reverse hexagonal mesophase (HII).

74. J. Gurfinkel (2011): Solubilization of proteins in modified reverse hexagonal nonionic/anionic mixed surfactants.

73. D. Yariv (2010): In vitro permeation of diclofenac salts from lyotropic liquid crystalline systems.

72. Z. Abramov (2009): Nonionic-anionic mixed surfactants cubic phases- phase structural chaotropic and kosmotropic effect.

71. M. Klein (2010): Stabilization of cloudy emulsions with gum Arabic and whey protein isolate.

70. U. Mityeba (2008): Microemulsion systems based on sucrose and polyglycerol esters for food and pharmaceutical applications.

69. R. Gotesfeld (2007): Ladostigil-tertrate (TV-3326): Crystallization research of new drug substance candidate

68. Ch. Pikarek (2007): W/O/W double emulsions of essential oils.

67. O. Amsalem (2007): Nano Aggregates based on modified WPI.

66. Ch. Sharabi (2005): Solubilization of CoQ10 in nanosized liquid vehicles for improved solubilization.

65. S. Chashoov (2006): Polymorphic transformations in Rasagiline mesylate New discovery drug.

64. D. Libster (2004): Dispersion of nanometric size additives in polymeric matrices by NSSL technology.

63. M. Avrahami (2005): Solubilization of non-soluble drugs in microemulsions, for enhanced bioavailability.

62. R. Lutz (2003): Maillard reactions in microemulsions.

61. P. Bar-Yosef Ofir (2002): The formation and phase tranformatin of calcium phosphates in solutions and on functionalized surfaces.

60. I. Amar (2002): Solubilization of lutein and phytosterols in structured fluids.

59. I. Zacharia (2002): Solubilization of tocopherol and its derivates in O/W microemulsions.

58. R. Elfakess (2003): Solubilization of TBBA as biocide in O/W microemulsions.

57. S. Hussein (2003): Characterization and emulsification of enzymatically transesterified oils for the preparation of new margarines.

56. V. Yashar-Zafrir (2000): Controlled release of theophylline by double emulsion systems.

55. A. Spernath (2001): Solubilization of active materials in O/W microemulsions for food applications.

54. H. Rwashda (2000): Extraction of surface-active hydrocolloids from natural sources.

53. I. Buch (1999): Encapsulation of aroma and flavor compounds in the food industry.

52. D. Gemer (1999): Phytosterols for reduction of cholesterol levels.

51. O. Gans (1999): Double emulsions stabilized by double-comb-block copolymers.

50. A. Yaghmur (1998): Argan oil - extraction and emulsification.

49. A. Benichou (1998): Saponins from Fenugreek.

48. H. Binyamin (1998): Double emulsions stabilized by solid fat particles.

47. Y. Slavin (1997): Extraction characterization and applications of a new hydrocolloid fraction from Portulaca Oleracea, L.

46. H. Zour (1995): Crystallization of glutamic acid in the presence of surfactants.

45. I. Shaul (1995): Microemulsions stabilized by polymeric emulsifiers.

44. E. Zaga (1994): Isethionate as detergent for soap-bars.

43. S. Streicher (1994): Dispersions of lycopene.

42. Y. Maydani (1994): Multiple emulsions based on lysozyme as emulsifier.

41. B. Sternheim (1993): Galactomannans from fenugreek as food emulsifiers.

40. A. Cohen (1992): Preparation of oleoresin black pepper suitable for spreading in oil and water (instant oleoresin).

39. M. Hanam (1992): Marketing aspects for additives in emulsions.

38. Y. Cohen (1992): Stabilization and mechanism of release of addenda in multiple emulsions prepared with BSA.

37. I. Nir (1991): Cloudy emulsion based on modified soy protein as emulsifiers.

36. Y. Lev (1991): Multiple emulsions for sustain release of drugs (in collaboration with B. Leshem, School of Medicine).

35. R. Feldenkreiz (1991): Hydraulic fluids fire-resistant.

34. M. Menachem (1990): A new set of cosmetic products - techno-economical and marketing aspects.

33. A. Rossano (1989): Polymeric emulsifiers for stabilizing emulsions.

32. D. Ostfeld (1989): Solubilization of immiscible materials in lyotropic liquid-crystals.

31. N. Soffer (1988): Success and failure in research and development at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem - the scientist's aspect.

30. C. Startz (1988): Reasons for success and failure in research and development at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem - the industry aspects.

29. C. Werner (1988): The use of integrated emulsifiers and stabilizer systems in ice-cream and sorbet, a special joint project with the University of Pretoria, with Prof. B.H. Bester, University of Pretoria.

28. R. Shelef (1988): Polymorphic transitions in hydrogenated Canola oil.

27. Y. Karagila (1987): Marketing aspects for SSL.

26. J. Rosenblat (1987): Microencapsulation of BTI.

25. D. Azaria (1987): Cloudy emulsions with natural occurring stabilizers (gums and proteins).

24. T. Rabiner (1986): Intravenous fat emulsions for parenteral nutrition.

23. A. Kiselev (1986): Catalytic oxidation of oleic acid by hypochlorite.

22. E. Amiran (1986): Agglomeration of calcium oxalate.

21. D. Reichman (1985): Rehology of acrylic emulsions in the presence of surfactants and other addenda.

20. O. Romano-Pariente (1984): The Influence of additives on the stability of multiple emulsion.

19. M. Katz (1984): Adsorption and interfacial tension in emulsions.

18. A. Kopilovich (1984): Transparent macroemulsions for cosmetic applications.

17. S. Stricker (1983): Microencapsulation of multiple emulsion.

16. D. Hirsch (1983): An epitaxial growth of calcium oxalate.

15. O. Arkad (1983): Stabilization of cloudy emulsions with TiO2.

14. G.F. Remon (1983): Stabilizing w/o emulsion (pan release) by cross-linked vegetable oils.

13. J. Schlichter (1983): Polymorphic transformations of cocoa butter in presence of food emulsifiers.

12. S. Rotchield (1982): Halogenation processes of maleic anhydride.

11. Z. Krauz (1982): Brominated surfactants as emulsifiers and weighting agents.

10. R. Schwartz (1982): Multiple emulsions: a novel technique to overcome unpleasant taste of drugs.

9. A. Klein (1982): Properties and potential uses of diaryl-mercury compounds as biocides for paints.

8. A. Aserin (1981): Synthesis of polyglycerol esters analysis, optimalization and possible applications.

7. Y. Goldman (1980): Conversion processes of halophilic algae into fuel.

6. E. Avni (1980): Oxidation of oleic acid by permanganate in o/w emulsions.

5. S. Magdassi (1980): New method for stability determination of semi-solid emulsions.

4. F. Tibika (1979): Retardation of calcium oxalate precipitation by polyglutamic acid.

3. E. Wellner (1979): Crystal structure modifications of stearic acid.

2. L. Karpuj (1978): Crystal structure modifications of cholesterol.

1. E. Pinthus (1977): Research and design of a chemical process to produce kosher food emulsifiers.



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