Preliminary study for acetylation of cassava bagasse starch and microfibrillated cellulose of bamboo

Silviana, Silviana and Susanti, Siti and Subagio, Agus Preliminary study for acetylation of cassava bagasse starch and microfibrillated cellulose of bamboo. Preliminary study for acetylation of cassava bagasse starch and microfibrillated cellulose of bamboo .

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Abstract

Bio composite matrixes have been developed from several biomaterials, such as starch. One of potential resources is starch isolated from cassava bagasse still consisting 30-50% of starch. Reinforcement material may be inserted into bio composite to tough and reduce the drawback of the starch-based bio composite or bio plastic. Microfibrillated cellulose of bamboo (MFC) can be used as toughening filler for composite matrix. However, surface modification of material could be employed to alter its properties, such as acetylation of starch-based bio composite and microfibrillated cellulose. The acetylation was executed by using glacial acetic acid (GAA) catalyzed with sodium hydroxide.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:T Technology > TP Chemical technology
ID Code:69769
Deposited By:Ms Silviana Silviana
Deposited On:20 Feb 2019 15:45
Last Modified:22 Apr 2019 07:27

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