• proofs cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants

    PROOFS Cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants

    UNCORRECTED PROOF UNCORRECTED PROOF 1 ORIGINAL PAPER 2 Cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants in papermaking 3 Roberto Aguado .Ana F. Lourenc¸o Paulo J. Ferreira Ana Moral 4 Antonio Tijero 5 Received: 22 December 2016/Accepted: 24 April 2017 6 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2017 7 Abstract Water-soluble cationic cellulose deriva-

  • cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants

    Cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants

    2017-04-28· On the contrary, the shortest-chained derivative was not effective. The results were interpreted in terms of the characteristics of the cellulose derivatives flocculants and of the fillers, and neutralization and patching were proposed as the dominant mechanisms.

  • cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants

    Cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants

    Water-soluble cellulose derivatives with tertiary amino groups up to substitution degree 0.8 (4.2% of coupled nitrogen) were prepared in a controlled manner by the interaction of cellulose acetate

  • cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants

    Cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants

    Title: Cationic cellulosic derivatives as flocculants in papermaking: Authors: Aguado, Roberto Lourenço, Ana F. Ferreira, Paulo J. Moral, Ana Tijero, Antonio

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    Figure 4 from Preparing Cationic Cellulose Derivative

    Fig. 4. (a) Thermogravimetry curves and (b) derivative thermogravimetry curves of native cellulose, regenerated cellulose, and cellulose-CHPTAC "Preparing Cationic Cellulose Derivative in NaOH/Urea Aqueous Solution and its Performance as Filler Modifier"

  • coagulation–flocculation treatment of municipal

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    Derivatives of cellulose, which is the most abundant biopolymer on earth, are nevertheless still scarce. One potential and environmentally sustainable method of producing cellulose flocculants is to introduce reactive aldehyde functionalities into cellulose by aqueous periodate oxidation, as

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    Figure 1 from Preparing Cationic Cellulose Derivative

    @inproceedings{Li2015PreparingCC, title={Preparing Cationic Cellulose Derivative in NaOH/Urea Aqueous Solution and its Performance as Filler Modifier}, author={Guangbin Li and Yingjuan Fu and Zhiyong Shao and Fengshan Zhang and Menghua Qin}, year={2015

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    The flocculation of pure cellulose, of mercerized cellulose and of cellulose treated with dilute nitric acid has been studied. The adsorption of polymer flocculants on the cellulose is described and results interpreted. Acid pretreatment caused maximum adsorption and flocculation.

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    Preparation of Strong Cationic Chitosan-graft

    Recently, more attentions have been paid to natural polymer-based flocculants in water treatment, since they are believed to be low-cost, nontoxic, and environmentally friendly materials. In this work, strong cationic chitosan-based graft copolymer flocculants (3-chloro-2-hydroxypropyl trimethyl ammonium chloride (CTA) modified chitosan-graft-polyacrylamide, denoted as chitosan-CTA-g-PAM) have

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    Green wastewater treatment flocculants and fixatives

    Cationic cellulose derivatives were synthesized using both conventional and novel methods from several commercially available cellulose pulps. The cationic derivatives were used as biobased flocculants to treat real-life wastewater samples in a head-to

  • cationic cellulose betainate for wastewater treatment

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    The cellulose derivatives are manufactured by various grades depending on the use such as, food grade, pharmaceutical grades, constructions grades etc. Cellulose derivative finds applications even in soaps and shampoos for producing long lasting foam. The cellulose derivatives market is expected to expand significantly during the forecast period due to increasing consumption in the diverse

  • cellulose, starch and their derivatives for industrial

    Cellulose, starch and their derivatives for industrial

    The performance of the cellulose-based polymers as flocculating agents was less efficient. The reasons for the more limited performance of the polysaccharide-based flocculants were too low molecular weight and the charge density distribution. Better understanding of how to improve the hydrodynamic properties of bio-based polymers will be

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    starch and starch derivatives, cellulose compounds, polysaccharide gums, and proteinaceous materials were formerly used as flocculants (Kleber 1973). In 1967, the first non-toxic and completely synthetic cationic (positively charged) organic polymer was introduced and accepted by the U.S. Public Health Service for treatment

  • one-step green synthesis of non-hazardous dicarboxyl

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    2015-10-15· To natural cellulose based flocculants, utilization of hazardous cellulose solvent and simplification of synthetic procedure are the two urgent problems needing to be further improved. In this work, a series of natural dicarboxyl cellulose flocculants (DCCs) were one-step synthesized via Schiff-base route. The cellulose solvent (NaOH/Urea

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    Deflocculants: A Detailed Overview digitalfire

    These compounds are water-soluble by-products from the manufacture of cellulose using the bisulphite method. Their molecular mass varies between 200 and 100,000, but the most common types have a molecular mass around 4000 and contain monomers on which 8 SO 3 functional groups can be found, associated with benzene rings.

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    Cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) are a sustainable nanomaterial with applications spanning composites, coatings, gels, and foams. Surface modification routes to optimize CNC interfacial compatibility and functionality are required to exploit the full potential of this material in the design of new products. In this work, CNCs have been rendered pH-responsive by surface-initiated graft

  • cationic starch suppliers polymerdatabase

    Cationic Starch Suppliers polymerdatabase

    Cationic starches are important starch-based additives that have been used for decades in a variety of industries and products including cellulose paper and cardboard, textiles, and cosmetics. They can be used as a rheology modifiers, thickening agents, flocculants, emulsion stabilizers, textile sizing agents (?), paper binders, and coating

  • what is coagulation/flocculation and chitosan-based

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    2016-08-02· Commonly used flocculants are synthetic organic polymers with higher molecular-weight such as polyacrylamide and its derivatives for better bridging flocculation. Accordingly, the cationic polymeric flocculants usually possess dual functions of coagulation and flocculation. However, traditional inorganic coagulants and synthetic polymeric

  • paula hirsilä research scientist kemira linkedin

    Paula Hirsilä Research Scientist Kemira LinkedIn

    Dissolving pulp samples were acylated with chlorobetainyl chloride in dimethylacetamide/lithium chloride to obtain betaine esters of cellulose (cellulose betainates). A series of application tests was carried out with samples of different degree of substitution to examine the performance of these cellulose derivatives as flocculants. Commercial

  • cationic cellulose betainate for wastewater treatment

    Cationic cellulose betainate for wastewater treatment

    A series of application tests was carried out with samples of different degree of substitution to examine the performance of these cellulose derivatives as flocculants. Commercial synthetic polyacrylamide and polyamine flocculants were used as reference materials to obtain a realistic picture about the performance of cellulose betainates

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    Applications and Uses of Polyanionic Cellulose

    Polyanionic Cellulose is a cellulose derivative widely used as water purifying agent in food and beverage industries. As a water purifying agent, Polyanionic Cellulose can be used in a wide variety of industries including: food production, beverage, pharmaceutical, and various other industries.

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    PROPERTIES AND FLOCCULATION EFFICIENCY OF CATIONIZED

    such as guar gum (Nayak and Singh 2001), and carboxymethyl cellulose (Biswal and Singh 2004). Starch derivatives have potential to replace petroleum-based flocculants and chelating agents (Oelmeyer et al. 2002; Bratskaya et al. 2005) for applications where the sludges are used on cultivated areas by reason of tighter environmental laws. A high

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    Aerobic biodegradation of cellulose acetate Buchanan

    Supporting evidence for the biodegradation potential of cellulose acetate was obtained through the conversion of cellulose [1-14 C]-acetate to 14 CO 2 in the in vitro assay. The results of this work demonstrate that cellulose acetate fibers and films are potentially biodegradable and that the rate of biodegradation is highly dependent on the

  • future biorefinery cellulose programme report 2011-2014

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    Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s

  • preparation and application of cationic modified cellulose

    Preparation and Application of Cationic Modified Cellulose

    As an important cellulose derivative, cationic cellulose is widely applied in various fields, such as papermaking process, cosmetic, adsorbents, and antibacterial agents [4–7]. There are three kinds of methods to prepare cationic modified fibers. The first method is direct cationize fibers to get the cellulose fiber amine derivatives. The

  • cationic starch suppliers polymerdatabase

    Cationic Starch Suppliers polymerdatabase

    Cationic starches are important starch-based additives that have been used for decades in a variety of industries and products including cellulose paper and cardboard, textiles, and cosmetics. They can be used as a rheology modifiers, thickening agents, flocculants, emulsion stabilizers, textile sizing agents (?), paper binders, and coating

  • our products andes chemical corp.

    Our products Andes Chemical Corp.

    cellulosic derivatives clarifiers coagulants and flocculants coatings for food and pharma color removal corrosion inhibitors coupling agents cross linkers curing agents d.o.i. defoamers deposit control dirt pick-up disintegrants dispersants dispersions dyes emulsifiers enzymes breakdown essencial oils ether amines ethoxylated amines fatty

  • nanocellulose: recent advances and its prospects

    Nanocellulose: Recent advances and its prospects

    Cellulose derivatives can easily adsorb on metal oxide surface layers and provide additional –OH groups on the surface of metal alkoxides . As a result, the surface area of this hybrid structure is expected to increase and expand its wavelength response up to the visible range.

  • properties and flocculation efficiency of cationized

    PROPERTIES AND FLOCCULATION EFFICIENCY OF CATIONIZED

    such as guar gum (Nayak and Singh 2001), and carboxymethyl cellulose (Biswal and Singh 2004). Starch derivatives have potential to replace petroleum-based flocculants and chelating agents (Oelmeyer et al. 2002; Bratskaya et al. 2005) for applications where the sludges are used on cultivated areas by reason of tighter environmental laws. A high

  • future biorefinery cellulose programme report 2011-2014

    Future Biorefinery Cellulose Programme Report 2011-2014

    Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s

  • global coagulants & flocculants market 2019-2024

    Global Coagulants & Flocculants Market 2019-2024

    2019-02-06· DUBLIN, Feb. 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- . The "Coagulants & Flocculants A Global Market Overview" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets's offering.. The global flocculants

  • preparation and flocculation behavior of cellulose‐g

    Preparation and flocculation behavior of cellulose‐g

    As a contribution to the wider use of biodegradable materials, this article reports the synthesis and testing of cationic polyelectrolyte cellulose derivatives for use as flocculation chemicals. Cellulose macroinitiator is synthesized in DMAc/LiCl solvent system by direct acylation of cellulose with 2‐bromoisobutyryl bromide.

  • cationic water treatment options part 2 wcp online

    Cationic Water Treatment Options Part 2 WCP Online

    By Everett Nicholas, PhD, MSPH. Synthetic and natural cationic flocculants. Polymeric cationic flocculants are comprised of amine groups, which are an integral part of the chemical structure of the cationic monomeric units that are contained within the polymer chains. This is illustrated in Figure 5 by a simple box on a string schematic used to represent a cationic polymeric flocculant.

  • physico-chemical water treatment processes iwa

    Physico-chemical Water Treatment Processes IWA

    Flocculants can be classified by their nature (mineral or organic), their origin (synthetic or natural) or their electric charge (anionic, cationic or non-ionic). Organic flocculants of natural origin are derived from natural products such as alginates (seaweed extract), starches (plant grain extracts) and cellulose derivatives. Their

  • paula hirsilä research scientist kemira linkedin

    Paula Hirsilä Research Scientist Kemira LinkedIn

    Dissolving pulp samples were acylated with chlorobetainyl chloride in dimethylacetamide/lithium chloride to obtain betaine esters of cellulose (cellulose betainates). A series of application tests was carried out with samples of different degree of substitution to examine the performance of these cellulose derivatives as flocculants. Commercial

  • industrial utilizations of water-soluble sulfuric acid

    Industrial utilizations of water-soluble sulfuric acid

    2019-03-30· Sulfuric acid lignin (SAL) is a byproduct of the acid saccharification of lignocellulosic materials for bio-fuel generation. The recalcitrant and highly complex structure of SAL significantly limits its industrial use, making it a useless industrial waste. In a previous study, we proposed a hydrothermal reaction for SAL that can convert it into water-soluble compounds (HSALs), which

  • cpam cationic polyacrylamide manufacturer,supplier

    CPAM Cationic Polyacrylamide Manufacturer,Supplier

    We feel proud to introduce ourselves as one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of excellent quality CPAM Cationic Polyacrylamide. It is an attractive alternative to conventional peptide/protein carrier systems as they can be formulated under benign conditions that minimize the chances of peptide denaturation. This is applied practically as flocculants are mainly water-soluble

  • floatability of fe-bearing silicates in the presence

    Floatability of Fe-bearing silicates in the presence

    Natural polysaccharides such as starch, dextrin, cellulose and their derivatives are promising non-toxic and biodegradable organic flocculants and flotation depressants. This paper presents the investigation of mechanism of adsorption of corn starch on quartz and Fe-bearing amphibole, i.e. pargasite. The direct measurement of starch adsorption on the mineral surfaces shows no difference

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