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A new process for concentrating water-soluble materials was developed using osmotic pressure of the water phase in a W/O emulsion, and was applied to the concentration of an amino acid. Two kinds of monodispersed W/O emulsions; a 0.005 molokg-1 monosodium glutaminate aqueous solution, and a 4.50 molokg-1 sodium chloride solution with high osmotic pressure as the dispersed phase, were prepared by the membrane emulsification technique using a hydrophobic porous glass membrane. The two emulsionsdoi:10.5360/membrane.29.367 fatcat:t3vlgvaxendrvoh36hxgkarrja