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- Farahnaky, Asgar, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Journal of food science and technology 2015 v.52 no.7 pp. 4186-4195
- carboxymethylcellulose; cellulose; deformation; differential scanning calorimetry; gels; pomegranates; scanning electron microscopy; sodium hydroxide; thermal properties; thermogravimetry; viscoelasticity; viscosity; weight loss
- ... The current investigation presents an exploration in phase behaviour of carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) produced from pomegranate seed pips compared to low and high viscosity CMCs (LMCMC and HMCMC) primarily at low solid concentrations. Cellulose was extracted with 10 % NaOH at 35 °C for 22 h from pomegranate seed pips and converted to CMC by etherification process. Thermomechanical analysis and mic ...
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