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  • NMR imaging of chitosan and carboxymethyl starch tablets

    NMR imaging provides a visual representation of the spatial distribution of water by acquiring signals directly from the protons. Fig. 1 presents the NMR images of tablets based on the CMS–chitosan complex in media of different pH values. The images of the tablets made of other excipients are shown in Figs. S1–S3 in the Supporting Information.The image cross-sections clearly demonstrate

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  • NMR spectroscopy of starch systems ScienceDirect

    Chemical compositional parameters, including the contents of amylose and phosphorus-containing compounds in starch, have been measured by different NMR techniques ().Compared with the traditional methods for compositional analysis, NMR-based methods can be more efficient and time-saving (Tabata & Hizukuri, 1971).The anomeric protons involving in the α-(1,4) and α-(1,6) linkages give rise to

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  • Synthesis and characterization of carboxymethyl starch-g

    This was due to the fact that the protons of C-2 to C-6 carbon atoms were more shielded than the proton of the C-1 (a, b and c) carbon atoms of the AGU of starch. In the spectra of CMS- g -PAA1, CMS- g -PAA3 and CMS- g -PAA4, the peak in the range of 2.36–2.60 ppm appeared due to the proton of C-9 carbon atom (methine proton), which was the

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  • Solution NMR Spectroscopy of Food Polysaccharides

    NMR spectroscopy is a powerful analytical technique that is often employed to study polymers.11–16 The detailed structural information obtained from NMR is frequently not available through other analytical techniques. Over the years, numerous publications have appeared on the NMR of food polysaccharides, and NMR has become a routine method for

  • Synthesis of carboxymethyl starch grafted poly

    Synthesized carboxymethyl starch grafted polymethacrylic acid. • Characterized by 1 H NMR, FT-IR, XRD, TGA and DTG.. Used for the adsorption of ammonia and phenol. • Modified starches showed good adsorption efficiency towards the gaseous pollutants.

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  • NMR characterization of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose

    A carboxymethyl cellulose series with substituent degrees of 0.68–2.84 was prepared. • The chemical shifts of the ring protons and carbons were precisely assigned by NMR.

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  • NMR imaging of chitosan and carboxymethyl starch tablets

    The hydration and swelling properties of the tablets made of chitosan, carboxymethyl starch, and a polyelectrolyte complex of these two polysaccharides have been studied by NMR imaging.

  • Analysis of Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose Analytical

    Proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry for determination of substituents and their distribution in carboxymethylcellulose. Analytical Chemistry 1980, 52 (6),913-916. DOI: 10.1021/ac50056a032. Kenneth L. Ratzlaff. Spectrophotometer based on a charge-coupled device photoarray detector.

  • NMR characterization of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose

    Aug 01, 2016· 1. Carbohydr Polym. 2016 Aug 1;146:1-9. doi: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2016.03.021. Epub 2016 Mar 14. NMR characterization of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose: Substituent distribution and mole fraction of monomers in the polymer chains.

  • Quantitative Analysis of Chemically Modified Starches by

    A quantitative 1 H‐NMR method for the determination of the Molar Substitution (MS) of acetylated and hydroxypropylated starches was developed and tested for MS ranging from 0.09 to 0.5. Results were checked using the Johnson method and a titration method for hydroxpropylated and acetylated starch, respectively. Hydroxypropylated starch was produced using both a static mixer reactor (SMX type

  • NMR Spectroscopy in the Study of Carbohydrates

    NMR Spectroscopy in the Study of Carbohydrates: Characterizing the Structural Complexity WILLIAM A. BUBB School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences,University of Sydney,New South Wales 2006, Australia ABSTRACT: The combination of structural diversity at

  • ISO/TC 93 Starch (including derivatives and by-products)

    ISO 11543:2000 Modified starch — Determination of hydroxypropyl content — Method using proton nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometry This document reached stage 90.93 on 2015-01-06, TC/SC: ISO/TC 93, ICS: 67.180.20

  • NMR imaging of chitosan and carboxymethyl starch tablets

    Oct 31, 2011· Read "NMR imaging of chitosan and carboxymethyl starch tablets: Swelling and hydration of the polyelectrolyte complex, International Journal of Pharmaceutics" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of

  • Do hydroxyl peaks disappear from proton NMR spectra in

    Do hydroxyl peaks disappear from proton NMR spectra in DMSO-d6 with water present? I have a modified starch NMR with new doublet peaks at 5.62 and

  • Synthesis and applications of technically relevant starch

    13C-NMR spectrum and peak assignments of CM-7 (DSNa), full spectrum range. U, unsubstituted carbon., S, substituted carbon. 13C-NMR spectrum and peak assignments of CM-7 (DSNa), part is enlarged range 86-69 ppm. 13C-NMR spectra and peak assignments of Carboxymethyl starch R = CH 2-COONa or H Depending on DS 86 84 82 80 78 76 74 72 70 ppm C4

  • Dextran and Related Polysaccharides Sigma-Aldrich

    Dextran. Historically, dextrans had been long recognized as contaminants in sugar processing and other food production. The formation of dextran in wine was shown by Pasteur to be due to the activity of microbes. 1 The name dextran was created by Scheibler in 1874, who demonstrated dextran was a carbohydrate with the formula (C 6 H 10 O 6)n and a positive optical rotation. 2

  • NMR characterization of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose. 2

    The distribution of carboxymethyl groups in a series of sodium O-(carboxymethyl)cellulose (CMC) samples was determined by 13C NMR analysis of their peresterified derivatives.

  • Octenylsuccinate Derivatives of Carboxymethyl Starch

    The DS of OSA esterified starch has been determined using the 1 H-NMR by comparing the intensities of the methyl protons of OSA substituted in the glucose units of the starch molecule (Shih

  • Where can I get H NMR spectra of cellulose?

    I tried to get the 1H NMR spectrums of carboxymethyl cellulose and hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, but they also gave me this peak. In the literature I could not find any information about this

  • Determination of the Degree of Branching in Normal and

    Correlation between the degree of branching as determined by 1 H‐NMR and starch‐iodine complexation, expressed as blue‐value, was good and the NMR‐method gives low standard deviation. For the first time, the anomeric proton, H‐1, of a (1→4)‐α‐linked D‐glucose residue and the H‐1 of the glucose residue of a non‐reducing

  • NMR characterization of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose. 2

    The distribution of carboxymethyl groups in a series of sodium O-(carboxymethyl)cellulose (CMC) samples was determined by 13C NMR analysis of their peresterified derivatives.

  • Octenylsuccinate Derivatives of Carboxymethyl Starch

    The bond from 1030 to 1150 cm −1,which is typical for a starch molecular, was preserved in the rice starch and carboxymethyl starch. In CMS samples, the intense bonds ranging from 1440 cm −1

  • Where can I get H NMR spectra of cellulose?

    I tried to get the 1H NMR spectrums of carboxymethyl cellulose and hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, but they also gave me this peak. In the literature I could not find any information about this

  • Determination of the Degree of Branching in Normal and

    Correlation between the degree of branching as determined by 1 H‐NMR and starch‐iodine complexation, expressed as blue‐value, was good and the NMR‐method gives low standard deviation. For the first time, the anomeric proton

  • NMR imaging of chitosan and carboxymethyl starch tablets

    Aug 12, 2011· The hydration and swelling properties of the tablets made of chitosan, carboxymethyl starch, and a polyelectrolyte complex of these two polysaccharides have been studied by NMR

  • 1H-NMR Analysis of Degree of Substitution in N,O

    N,O-Carboxymethyl chitosans were synthesized by the reaction between shrimp, crab and squid chitosans with monochloroacetic acid under basic conditions at 50°C. The mole ratio of reactants was obtained from various reaction conditions of shrimp chitosan polymer and oligomer types. The mole ratio 1:12:6 of chitosan:sodium hydroxide:monochloroacetic acid was used for preparing carboxymethyl

  • Carboxymethyl Ethers of Cellulose and Starch A Review

    Carboxymethyl Ethers of Cellulose and Starch A Review. Thomas Heinze. E-mail address: In particular, the structure characterization by means of chromatographic (HPLC) and NMR

  • CHARACTERIZATION OF CARBOXYMETHYL Plectranthus

    P. esculentus starch was chemically modified via carboxymethylation. The product was characterized using 1D- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Physicochemical characteristics of the native and carboxymethyl starch

  • HORIBA Scientific Raman Spectroscopy

    another biological polymer—starch. In fact, starch is a mixture of the linear amy lose (20–25%) and branched amylopectin (75–80%). In contrast to cellulose, the covalent bond linking the glucose mono mers is an α-1,4 linkage. Also in contrast to the properties of cellulose, starch

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    SS-EN-ISO-11216 Modified starch Determination of content of carboxymethyl groups in carboxymethyl starch (ISO 11216:1998) SS-EN-ISO-11543 Modified starch Determination of hydroxypropyl content Method using proton nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR

  • Determination of Degree of Substitution of Sodium

    Determination of the degree of substitution of sodium carboxymethylcellulose by potentiometric titration and use of the extended henderson-hasselbalch equation and the simplex method for the

  • Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of carbohydrates

    Common chemical shift ranges for nuclei within carbohydrate residues are: Typical 1 H NMR chemical shifts of carbohydrate ring protons are 3–6 ppm (4.5–5.5 ppm for anomeric protons).; Typical 13 C NMR chemical shifts of carbohydrate ring carbons are 60–110 ppm; In the case of simple mono- and oligosaccharide molecules, all proton

  • Self-stabilized chitosan and its complexes with

    Self-stabilized chitosan and its complexes with carboxymethyl starch as excipients in drug delivery Mihaela Leonida a, *, Pompilia Ispas-Szabo b, Mircea Alexandru Mateescu b a School of Natural

  • The influence of protonation ratio on properties of

    Jul 15, 2010· Carboxymethyl starch (CMS) with pH sensitivity modulated by the protonation ratio (PR 0-100%) and the degree of substitution (DS 0.07-0.20) was synthesized in aqueous medium. The