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Correction to: Effect of alkali on konjac glucomannan film and its application on wound healing
- Huang, Yi-Cheng, Yang, Chi-Yu, Chu, Hao-Wen, Wu, Wen-Ching, Tsai, Jenn-Shou
- Cellulose 2018 v.25 no.11 pp. 6819-6821
- calcium, cellulose, konjac mannan, potassium hydroxide, tissue repair
- The paper “Effect of alkali on konjac glucomannan film and its application on wound healing” was published in Cellulose, 22(1), 737–747 (2015). As we found out that Ca(OH)₂ is a better alkali than KOH for treating the KGM film, the main purpose of this paper is to look into the effects of various concentrations of Ca(OH)₂ on the properties of KGM film as a potential wound dressing. Unfortunately, Figure 6C, Figure 7A and Figure 8 of the original version were misused. We present correct version of the figures (Figs. 6, 7, 8) in this correction article.