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Microbubble Processing

Technology A method for producing a gas microbubble comprises subjecting the gas microbubble to isothermal conditions or cooling conditions such that the lipid-containing shell cools at a rate ranging from about 100° C./min. to about 103° C./min., and wherein said subjecting step transforms the lipid-containing shell from a liquid state to a solid state.

Intellectual Property

  • US Patent No.: 6,210,611
  • Inventor David Needham, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Material Science Duke University

Duke File (IDF) Number

1666

Inventor(s)

  • Needham, David
  • Kim, Dennis

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Duke Pratt School of Engineering Mechanical Engineering

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