Monodisperse Double Emulsions Generated from a Microcapillary Device

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When you mix two immiscible liquids, you get a dispersion of droplets of one liquid inside the other. This is defined as an emulsion. Double emulsions are dispersions of a third liquid inside the droplets of the first emulsion. Thus we have three liquid: the inner, the middle, and the outer.