Keywords Electrokinetic adsorption #2; biodiversity and existing food supplies (Ki Lin et al. Thermoporosimetry #2; Cationic polyelectrolyte #2; 2013). Rheology Unmodiﬁed cellulose is a neutral polymer and its few charges are from a limited number of carboxylic acid groups (Horvath 2003; Junka et al. 2013). A range Abbreviations of chemical treatments have therefore been developed DSC Differential scanning calorimetry to increase the charge density of pure cellulose ﬁbers TPM Thermoporosimetry in order to improve their functionality such as water polyDADMAC Polydimethyl diallyl ammonium binding and viscosifying properties (Isogai and Kato chloride 1998; Ambjo¨rnsson et al. 2013). Recently, increased PES-Na Poly(sodium ethene sulfonate) attention has been paid to less reﬁned cellulose-rich DE Degree of esteriﬁcation side streams (Zhang et al. 2014; Redgewell et al. 2008; GalA Galacturonic acid Debon et al. 2012). These more sustainable raw HB Herschel–Bulkley materials also contain intrinsic charges and the latter have been studied by potentiometry (Budd and Herrington 1989), by adsorption of cationic polyelec- trolytes using streaming current detector (Horvath Introduction 2003; Hubbe et al. 2007; Aarne et al. 2012a) and by UV/Vis spectrometry (Zhang et al. 2013; Rehman Cellulose is the most abundant biopolymer and is et al. 2012). In some cases, the
Cellulose – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 5, 2018
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