The Hydrophilic Lipophilic Difference – Net Average Curvature (HLD-NAC) theory has been developed by world-known experts to make surfactant selection easier for formulators and develop emulsions efficiently. It allows profound predictions to be made about the type of emulsion (o/w, w/o, micro-emulsion) and the suitability and efficiency of a surfactant for defined formulations. A beautiful approach, once you understand the basics, and therefore this HLD-NAC workshop has been set up.
Learn how to carry out your own HLD experiments through our practical, hands-on workshop. Combining informative presentations from HLD-NAC experts with guided lab work, by the end of this fully packed program, you will have learnt all the basics you need to put HLD-NAC theory into practice to develop emulsions more efficiently.
See for yourself how HLD-NAC can help you to select surfactants and develop emulsions in an efficient manner.