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  • Carbohydrates are polymers of monosaccharide . These polymers are called polysaccharides. A polymer is basically a large molecule that can be hydrolyzed into a generic repeating unit
  • Carbohydrate polymers are widely used in various industrial applications in foods, pharmaceuticals, textiles, paper, and environmental technology
  • Carbohydrates have the general formula CnH2nO
  • Three major carbohydrate polymers are readily obtained from biomass and are commercially available. These polysaccharides are cellulose, starch, and gums.
  • Carbohydrates have six major functions within the body:
    Providing energy and regulation of blood glucose,
    Sparing the use of proteins for energy, Breakdown of fatty acids and preventing ketosis,Biological recognition processes, Flavor and Sweeteners, Dietary fiber
  • Importance of Carbohydrates:
    •Very effective energy yield:
    Contains carbon,has a reactive bond – carbonyl carbon and is a polar area, does not have 4 bonds to oxygen
    • Effective building material:
    Strong not brittle – will bend and not break
    • H2O soluble: Easily transported thru the blood stream, easily passes thru cell walls
  • β Glucose chains, like the one above, are called Cellulose molecules, and can contain 10000 glucose units. They are stronger than Amylose and are only found in plants.Cellulose is the most abundant polysaccharide found in nature
  • Cellulose fibres are arranged in a very specific way and can be described as being like a fractal. Long Cellulose chains bunch together, held by Hydrogen bonds, to form Microfibrils. These Microfibrils are bunched with other Microfibrils, held by more Hydrogen bonds, to form Macrofibrils.
  • Macrofibrils have a very high mechanical strength, similar to that of steel. In plant cell walls, they criss-cross over each, forming a cross-hatched structure, held by Hydrogen bonds, which is very strong. This also allows water to move though and along the cell wall.
  • Microfibrils can have special roles. For example, in Guard Cell Walls, the arrangement of microfibrils allows the Stomata to open and close. Cell walls can also be reinforced with other substances, or made waterproof.
General Information
  • Introduction Of Carbohydrate Polymers
  • Review Of Carbohydrate Polymers
  • Structural Boichemistry Of Carbohydrates
  • Mechanism Of Carbohydrate Polymers


  • Msds for Battery Acid
  • Msds for NVoy Polymer
  • Msds for Chitosan
  • Msds for ZP®131 powder
  • Msds for Pelletized Fertilizer
  • Msds for Starch Resin
  • Msds for Water Gelling Agent J580


  • Modified Carbohydrate Polymers
  • Carbohydrate-Containing Polymers, Their preparation and use
  • Method For Characterizing A Carbohydrate Polymers
  • Methods For Preparing Carbohydrate-Containing Hydrophilic Polymers
  • Immobilized Carbohydrate Biosensor
  • Flexible Carbohydrate-Bearing Polymers


  • Product Data Sheet for CarboMAx
  • Product Data Sheet for Gourmet Gainer
  • Product Information
  • Product User Guide for Carbohydrate Polymers


  • Carbohydrate Polymers as Adhesives
  • Carbohydrate polymers in biotechnology using microdialysis sampling
  • Novel Polymeric Surfactants Based on Oxalic Acid and Citric Acid for Detergents
  • Use of an interactive carbohydrate polymer for the separation of polyoxometalates
  • Electrophoresis and Isolation of DNA
Company Profiles
  • Company Of China
  • Company Of Glitterati


  • Technology Of South Charleston
  • Technology Of UK
  • Technology Of USA



  • Cellulose nanowhiskers from coconut husk fibers
  • Conventional And Microwave Synthesis Technique
  • Synthesis and study of the carbohydrate polymers
  • Process for obtaining cellulose acetate from agricultural by-products
  • Detection of Bacteria with Carbohydrate Fluorescent Polymers

Manufacturing Process

  • Fuel Ethanol Production Processes Using Lignocellulosic  Biomass
  • Novel jettable polymeric support for additive manufacturing (AM) process
  • Preparation of Spherical Nanocellulose by Anaerobic Microbial Consortium
  • Ethanol Production from Cellulosic Biomass


  • Extraction of pectin from apple pomace
  • Thermal properties
    and glycosaminoglycan dissolution
  • Effect of MW and concentration of chitosan
  • Evaluation of variations in amylose-iodine absorbance spectra
  • Preparation of DNA-Tagged Carbohydrates
  • Kinetics and efficiency of chitosan reacetylation
  • Mechanism of cellulase action in textile processes
  • Properties of chitosan-coated cassava starch films
  • Preparation of jute- and flax-reinforced starch-based composite foams


  • Suppliers of Carbohydrate Polymers
  • Distributors of Carbohydrate Polymers
  • Suppliers of Carbohydrate Polymers


  • Carbohydrate Polymers in Amorphous States
  • Immunochemistry of the  Carbohydrate Antigens of
    Clostridium difficile
  • Physical and thermal properties of a chitosan nanolayered PET film
  • The influence Of Glucan Polymer Structure in a human monocyte-like cell line

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