effect of glycerol and sorbitol plasticizers on physical

  • effect of glycerol and sorbitol plasticizers on physical

    Effect of glycerol and sorbitol plasticizers on physical

    The effect of plasticizer type (glycerol, sorbitol) and plasticizer concentrations (30, 35, 40, 45% w/w polymer) on the moisture sorption isotherm characteristics of sugar palm (Arenga pinnata

  • effect of glycerol and sorbitol plasticizers on physical

    Effect of glycerol and sorbitol plasticizers on physical

    Effect of glycerol and sorbitol plasticizers on physical and thermal properties of sugar palm starch based films . M.L. Sanyang *1, S.M. Sapuan 1, 2, 3, M. Jawaid 3, M.R. Ishak 4, J. Sahari 5

  • effect of plasticizer on the physical and mechanical

    Effect of Plasticizer on the Physical and Mechanical

    The effects of plasticizer types and contents on physical and mechanical properties of gum edible film were investigated. Three plasticizers as glycerol and sorbitol and propylene glycol at different adding concentrations (0.5%, 1.0%, and 1.5%) were used.

  • effect of plasticizer on physical and mechanical

    Effect of Plasticizer on Physical and Mechanical

    The purpose of this study was to know the influence of plasticizer glycerol, sorbitol and polyethyleneglycol with various concentrations 1; 1.5 and 2% of the physical and mechanical properties of flour

  • effects of water-glycerol and water-sorbitol interactions

    Effects of water-glycerol and water-sorbitol interactions

    Moisture and polyols (sorbitol and glycerol) were found to plasticize KGM-based films with respect to their tensile properties. However, thermal properties and water sorption capacity (WSC) of polyol-plasticized KGM films were found to vary with water activity (a(w)), namely at low a(w) (<0.6), WSC and melting enthalpy were decreased with

  • effect of plasticizers (glycerol and sorbitol) on banana

    Effect of Plasticizers (Glycerol and Sorbitol) on Banana

    Overall, among the concentration of plasticizers (0%, 15%, 20%, 25% and 30%), banana peels starch films plasticized with 30% concentration of plasticizers (glycerol or sorbitol) were the most recommended. From the results, it was shown that BP – G blend film performed better than BP – S blend film.

  • effect of sorbitol at different concentrations on the

    Effect of sorbitol at different concentrations on the

    Effect of sorbitol at different concentrations on the functional properties of gelatin/carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC)/chitosan composite films Abstract This study investigated consequent functional effects (mechanical and physical) on Gelatin/ CMC/Chitosan composite films from the addition of sorbitol. With glycerol as a plasticizer,

  • (pdf) effects of water-glycerol and water-sorbitol

    (PDF) Effects of Water-Glycerol and Water-Sorbitol

    Konjac glucomannan (KGM)-edible films were prepared with different amounts of glycerol or sorbitol as a plasticizer. Films were characterized by moisture sorption isotherm, and following conditioning at different relative humidities, by differential

  • effect of plasticizer on the rheological properties

    Effect of Plasticizer on the Rheological Properties

    The effect of plasticizers and content on rheological behaviour of Caesalpinia pulcherrima gum aqueous solutions and on mechanical properties on gum films was investigated. Three plasticizers as glycerol and sorbitol and propylene glycol at different ratios were used.

  • the effect of glycerol concentration as a plasticizer

    The effect of glycerol concentration as a plasticizer

    The effect of glycerol concentration as a plasticizer on edible films made from alginate towards its physical characteristic Salma Khairunnisa1,*, Junianto2, Zahidah2, Iis Rostini2 1Student at Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia

  • effects of glycerol and moisture gradient on thermomechanical

    Effects of Glycerol and Moisture Gradient on Thermomechanical

    The thermomechanical properties of breadcrumb were investigated using dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). The main transition (T1, near 0 °C) shifted to lower temperature with added glycerol due to freezing point depression. The low-temperature transition (T3, ∼−50 °C), found only in high-glycerol (8.8%) bread, suggested that of excess or phase

  • effect of banana and plasticizer types on mechanical, water

    Effect of banana and plasticizer types on mechanical, water

    A mixture of plasticizers (glycerol and sorbitol) showed high potential to improve long‐term physical stability such as through UV–visible light prevention, and improved mechanical properties and heat sealability of plasticized banana‐based films.