Synthesis of carboxymethylcellulose/starch ..
EFFECT: use of the conjugate allows for increasing duration of the presence of the low-molecular substance in blood plasma.
SYNTHESIS OF CARBOXYMETHYL STARCHES WITH …
1. A method of obtaining a sodium salt of carboxymethyl amylum, including the processing of starch carboxymethyloxime agent monochloracetate sodium, the introduction of special additives, processing with an aqueous solution of hydroxide n the sodium in the reactor and mixing machine in the mode of intense shear forces and drying, characterized in that the number of working zones of the reactor and mixing machines in which they are provided intensive shear forces, equal to not less than three when the fill factor of the working zones of 0.5-0.8 at the shear rate 500-1500 with-1.2. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that as the target additives can be used a simple low molecular weight polyethers based on ethylene oxide or propylene oxide, polyethylene glycol, epichlorohydrin and its derivatives.3. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that prior to being fed into the reactor and mixing machine starch and carboxymethylcelluose agent are pre-mixed in a screw machine.4. The method according to claim 1, wherein when processing the reagents in the reactor and mixing machine, the temperature of the support in the range of 30-50°C.5. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the starch used starch-containing product - flour of wheat, rye or barley.
For designing SPIONs based MRI probes, there are several important aspects that need to be considered: 1) stem cell uptake, this is a necessary prerequisite for the application of SPIONs for stem cell labeling; 2) relaxivity, this is directly related to the MRI probe sensitivity; 3) a long-term stay in cells, SPIONs-labeled cells should retain the label and remain viable by MR for weeks, even months because preclinical and clinical trials mostly will need a long-term follow-up of tissue function and the fate of labeled cells; and 4) biosafety, the formulations should be biocompatible to stem cells and the host without side effects on their biological properties and functions.
Infra-red synthesis of crosslinked carboxymethyl fecula
The WAC for the avocado seed starch blend was 39g/g (3900% of the original weight) when the ratio of the avocado starch, carboxymethyl cellulose and aluminium sulphate was 88: 9.7: 2.3 respectively.
The SAPs were characterized by water absorption capacity (WAC) tests, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy analyses, solubility fraction tests, effects of crosslinker quantity and swelling rate were investigated to determine the suitability of avocado starch in the synthesis of SAPs.
Crosslinked carboxymethyl starch: one step synthesis …
SUBSTANCE: invention pertains to the method of obtaining modification products of phytogenous starch-containing raw materials, used for modifying formaldehyde-containing thermoreactive resins, widely used in industry. Description is given of the method of obtaining the modifier for synthetic thermoreactive formaldehyde-containing resins by oxidative modification of the starch-containing raw material in a water alkaline suspension, under aeration conditions of the reaction mixture, in the presence of a catalyst - metal ion and chemically active components, relative to the starch-containing material, chosen from a group which includes melamine, dicyandiamide, carbamide, toluenesulphamide, caprolactam, phenol, resorcin or their mixture, at 50-100°C until obtaining a free-flowing reaction mixture with viscosity of 20-60 cP measured using viscometer "ВЗ-6".
SUBSTANCE: invention concerns process of obtaining hydroxyl starch derivative which includes interaction of the reducing end of hydroxyalkyl starch represented by the formula (I), left unoxidised before this reaction, with a compound of formula (II) R'-NH-R", where R1 R2 and R3 independently denote hydrogen or linear or branched hydroxyalkyl group while R' or R" or R' and R" include at least one functional group X capable of interaction with at least one more compound before or after the reaction of (I) and (II). The invention also concerns hydroxyl starch derivative obtained in this process, and production process for hydroxyl starch derivative and polypeptide, a pharmaceutical composition incorporating the said hydroxyl starch derivatives.
Many beta-glucans are medically important
Glycemia, starch, and sugar in context - Ray Peat
08/12/2016 · Crosslinked carboxymethyl starch: one step synthesis and sorption characteristics
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Effect of carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) as biopolymers to the edible film sorghum starch hydrophobicity characteristics
Food - Construed - Food Explained
Synthesis of 3 - 5 - (aminomethyl) -4 - (carboxymethyl)-pyrrol-3-yl propanoic acid ( porphobilinogen
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Dr. (Mrs.) Sadhana S. Rayalu () is Scientist & Head of Environmental Materials division at National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI). She is working on the development of materials including zeolites, mesoporous materials, biomimetic materials and biomaterials, metal and carbon nanoparticles and their functionalization for various environmental applications. Her areas of interest include “molecular environmental science with recourse to development of material for environment, energy, and resource conservation”. Some of the recent prestigious projects being coordinated by her as principal investigator include research work related to solar fuels including hydrogen and syngas, CO2 capture using functionalized materials, biomimetic sequestration of CO2, engineered mineral carbonation, CO2 valorization and water treatment. Dr. Sadhana Rayalu has more than 105 SCI and 60 non-SCI publications and several patents (including 8 international and 7 national granted patents) to her credit. She is heading the materials division and guiding nearly 40 permanent and temporary staff and is supervising the work of nearly 12 Ph.D. students. She has to her credit best paper presentation awards and other local and institutional awards for material development.
BioResources - Nc State University
SUBSTANCE: invention relates to a method for synthesis of carboxymethyl starch sodium salt used as a thickening agent and emulsifier in paper and textile industry, as component of drilling solutions in oil and gas extracting industry. Carboxymethyl starch sodium salt is prepared by treatment of starch with a carboxymethylating agent, addition of special additives, treatment with sodium hydroxide aqueous solution in reactor-mixing machine in three working zones, not less, at the filling coefficient of working zones 0.5-0.8 and the shift rate 500-1500 s-1 followed by drying. Invention provides increasing degree of substitution in carboxymethyl starch sodium salt and water loss index in using as a component of drilling solutions.
Bioethanol production from rice straw residues - SciELO
The claimed invention relates to the field of high molecular weight substances, and in particular to methods of obtaining sodium salt of carboxymethyl amylum (hereinafter - KMK) and may find application in modern technologies of paper, textile, food, pharmaceutical industries as a thickener, emulsifier, the composition of a variety of adhesives and particularly in the oil and gas industry as an agent for stabilizing drilling fluids.
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