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Potato Starch .
- A natural starch from
wheat or corn which has been chemically modified, the resultant
starch is oxidized starch or Dialdehyde starch.
- DAS is a polymeric
dialdehyde prepared from selective oxidation of starch by periodate
ions which cleaves the C2-C3 bond of the anhydroglucose units of the
starch polysaccharide chain to form the dialdehyde groups.
- Synonyms are
polydialdehyde, oxidized starch, polymeric dialdehyde,
- There are many uses
including the paper industry, where it has been mainly to improve
the wet strength of consumer products. These products include toilet
paper and paper towels.
- A reactive polymer
with low toxicity, considering its reactive dialdehyde functional
groups, similar to glutaraldehyde.
- DAS is essentially a
highly modified starch in which the Hydroxy groups are
selectively attacked by periodic acid, severing the C-2 to C-3 bond
to form dialdehyde starch.
- Obtained by oxidation
of starch with periodic acid at controlled temperature and pH.
- The highly reactive
Dialdehyde groups in starch can be used as cross linking agents.
Most of the
applications are based on a cross linking reaction, eg. cellulose in
paper, cotton in textiles, with proteins, pharmaceuticals and
- The capital investment
for a capable of producing 120 tones Dialdehyde starch per annum has
been estimated at Rs. 5 Lakhs. The material work costs upto Rs.5 per
- It has wide
application in tanning industry apart from this it also used in
plywood industry, as a binding material in tobacco industry in
protective coating industry.
- In the form of
solution, it can be used as masked chrome tanning agent & increase
the capacity of chrome tanning agent alkali was carbonylation
dialdehyde starch as a high degree of ionization and masked with a
- In medical
applications, DAS used as a chemical scavenger for urea and
- Dialdehyde Starch.
- Wet strength
development with Dialdehyde Starch.
- Novel antiviral
activity of dialdehyde starch.
- Property of Dialdehyde
- Recent Progress in
Dialdehyde Starch Technology.
- Tapioca Starch.
- Sodium Iodate.
- Sodium Metaperiodate.
- Dialdehyde Starch.
- Polymeric Dialdehyde.
- Product description
about Dialdehyde Starch.
- Preparation of
Dialdehyde Tapioca Starch.
- Chemical Process for
Making Dialdehyde Starch.
- Preparation of a new
dialdehyde starch derivative.
- Catalytic Activity of
Dialdehyde Starch-Schiff Base Co(II) Complex.
- Hydrolysis of
Dialdehyde Starch with Sulfurous Acid.
- Polymeric Products
from the reaction of dialdehyde Starches with chlorine in methanol.
- Producing Dialdehyde
- Dialdehyde Starch as
- Method of Attaching
Dialdehyde Starch to a surface & products produced.
- Mineral Tanned leather
treated with Dialdehyde Starch.
- Thermoplastic Mixtures
containing Dialdehyde Starch.
- Method of making
nongelling aqueous cationic dialdehyde starch Compositions.
- Supplier List1.
- Supplier List2.
- List of Suppliers.
- Supplier from Florida.
- Supplier1 from Hong
- Supplier2 from Hong
- Company1 from India.
- Company2 from India.
- Company3 from India.
- Company4 from India.
- Consultancy from
- Tanning Studies with
- Mill Evaluation of
Dialdehyde Starch-Protein glue for hardwood plywood manufacture.
- Binding of Papain to
- Physical Properties of
Egg-White Dialdehyde Starch Films.
- Dialdehyde Starch in
paper Coatings containing Soy Flour-Isolated Soy Protein Adhesive.
- Studies on methods of
- Determination of
Chromium and lead in periodic acid solution and dialdehyde starch.
- Studies on reuse of
DAS tanning liquors in pertanning of hides for sole leather.
- Intrinsic Viscosity of
Dialdehyde Starch in alkaline urea after reduction.
- Bacterial inactivation
kinetics of dialdehyde starch aqueous suspension.
- Effect of dialdehyde
starch derivatives on heavy metal uptake by maize.
- Reactivity of Aldehyde
groups in dialdehyde starch.
- Sustainable Processing
of natural resources.
- Thermoplastic Gelatin
- Paper-Plastic Films.
- DAS Application in
- Property improvement
of fish water soluble protein films by DAS.
- A DAS pretannage for
rapid tanning of sole leather.
- Modified Starch
application in Leather Industry.
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