The static stability of CWS was analysed by using a TurbiscanLab stability analyser (Formulation Company, France). Before measurements, CWS samples were stirred for 10 min and then filled into the sample bottle to a certain height. Afterwards, the bottle was transferred to the analyser and scanned every 10 min over a period of 5 h. The coefficient Turbiscan stability index (TSI) was used to evaluate the stability of CWS [25,26]. A higher TSI value means poorer static stability.

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