What is a coacervation?

What is a coacervation? Here are some definitions.

Noun
  1. The separation of a colloidal system into two liquid phases, one of which (the coacervate) is more concentrated in the colloid component
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Different bodies have different effluvia, and so one has coacervation of different materials.
Physic-chemical processes such as coacervation methods and liposomes are found to be the fastest growing methods in the micro-encapsulation of food ingredients.
By means of the properties of such a fluid, Gilbert could explain the unordered coming-together that he called coacervation.
Different techniques performing encapsulation are spray drying, spray chilling, molecular inclusion, coacervation, and extrusion.
However, the encapsulation method of complex coacervation of gelatin and gun arabic introduced two miscible poylelectrolytes that formed a liquidliquid phase.
They are produced by coacervation or phase separation techniques.

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