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CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS

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0144-8617

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1879-1344

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  • Biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Chemical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Materials engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Mechanical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Pharmacology and pharmacy (Medical and Health Sciences )
  • Forestry (Agricultural sciences)
  • Agriculture and horticulture (Agricultural sciences)
  • Nutrition and food technology (Agricultural sciences)
  • Chemical sciences (Natural sciences)

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  • Crystalline Polysaccharides: A Review
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    • F. Seidi
    • M. K. Yazdi
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • S. Habibzadeh
    • M. T. Munir
    • H. Vahabi
    • B. Bagheri
    • N. Rabiee
    • P. Zarrintaj
    • M. Saeb

    - CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS - Year 2021

    The biodegradability and mechanical properties of polysaccharides are dependent on their architecture (linear or branched) as well as their crystallinity (size of crystals and crystallinity percent). The amount of crystalline zones in the polysaccharide significantly governs their ultimate properties and applications (from packaging to biomedicine). Although synthesis, characterization, and properties of polysaccharides have been...

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  • Structural changes of bacterial cellulose due to incubation in conditions simulating human plasma in the presence of selected pathogens
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    - CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS - Year 2021

    Bacterial nanocellulose (BNC) is a natural biomaterial with a wide range of medical applications. However, it cannot be used as a biological implant of the circulatory system without checking whether it is biodegradable under human plasma conditions. This work aimed to investigate the BNC biodegradation by selected pathogens under conditions simulating human plasma. The BNC was incubated in simulated biological fluids with or...

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  • Microwave-assisted preparation of potato starch silicated with silicic acid
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    - CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS - Year 2010

    Application of microwave irradiation for the silication of granular potato starch with silicic acid, and the properties of silicated starch were investigated. Potato starch was esterified on 20 min microwave irradiation of starch with silicic acid, applying the power of 450 or 800Wand, for comparison, on 120 min convectional heating of the reagent blend at 100 ◦C. The degree of esterification and the reaction efficiency did not...

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  • Microwave-assisted synthesis of zinc derivatives of potato starch
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    - CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS - Year 2010

    Zincatated potato starch was prepared in a solid-state, microwave-assisted reaction using generated in situ sodium tetrahydroxozincate [Na2Zn(OH)4]. For comparison, zincatation of starch was also carriedout on convectional heating. Depending on the irradiation conditions, the products of either mono- or crosslinking esterification were formed. Higher power applied at shorter exposition offered products ofmonoesterification, and...

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Year 2009
  • Microwave-assisted silication of potato starch
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    Silication of potato starch was performed by microwave irradiation and convectional heating of starch with sodium metasilicate. The study has shown that microwaves offered more selective silication thanconvectional heating. Depending on the dose of metasilicate products of either monoesterification or crosslinking esterification were formed. Increase in the amount of the silicating agent favoured crosslinking of starch. In the...

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