• (pdf) novel biodegradable flocculants based

    (PDF) Novel biodegradable flocculants based

    2000-04-10· Novel biodegradable flocculants based on polysaccharides . Article (PDF Available) in Current science 78(7)(7) · April 2000 with 751 Reads How we measure 'reads' A

  • novel biodegradable polymeric flocculants based

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculants based

    Download Citation Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculants based on cationic polysaccharides Novel flocculants for wastewater and industrial effluents treatment have been developed in authors

  • novel biodegradable polymeric flocculant based

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculant based

    The present article deals with the synthesis of novel polymeric flocculants based on polyacrylamide-grafted tamarind kernel polysaccharide. The graft copolymers were prepared by conventional redox grafting, microwave-initiated and microwave-assisted grafting. Viscometry, elemental analysis, molecular weight determination, and NMR spectroscopy

  • novel biodegradable polymeric flocculants based

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculants based

    2013-12-28· Novel flocculants for wastewater and industrial effluents treatment have been developed in authors’ laboratory based on modified polysaccharides. These flocculants have unique characteristics i.e. they are efficient with low dose usage like synthetic flocculants (e.g. polyacrylamide) and controlled biodegradable, shear resistant and

  • research account novel biodegradable flocculants based

    RESEARCH ACCOUNT Novel biodegradable flocculants based

    Novel biodegradable flocculants based on polysaccharides R. P. Singh*, T. Tripathy, G. P. Karmakar, S. K. Rath, N. C. Karmakar, S. R. Pandey, K. Kannan, S. K. Jain and N. T. Lan Materials Science Centre, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur 72 302, India The waste water and industrial effluent-treatment requires both inorganic and organic flocculants. Among the organic type, polymeric

  • novel biodegradable polymeric flocculant based

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculant based

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculants were produced by conventional redox grafting, microwave-initiated and microwave-assisted grafting of acrylamide to tamarind kernel polysaccharide (TKP). The graft copolymers were characterized by viscometry, elemental analysis, molecular weight determination using SLS analysis, and NMR spectroscopy. The

  • (pdf) treatment of pulp and paper mill effluents using

    (PDF) Treatment of Pulp and Paper Mill Effluents using

    Treatment of Pulp and Paper Mill Effluents using Novel Biodegradable Polymeric Flocculants based on Anionic Polysaccharides: a New Way to Treat the Waste Water

  • novel biodegradable polymeric flocculant based

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculant based

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculants were produced by conventional redox grafting, microwave-initiated and microwave-assisted grafting of acrylamide to tamarind kernel polysaccharide (TKP).

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    Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Flocculation properties of a series of cationic polysaccharides, with N-alkyl-N,N-dimethyl-N-(2-hydroxypropyl)ammonium chloride pendent groups attached to a dextran backbone, were evaluated in

  • novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Flocculation of clay dispersion by some biodegradable hydrophobically modified cationic polyelectrolytes based on dextran is strongly influenced by polymer hydrophobicity and charge density, but less by molar mass. The combined information supplied by turbidity, zeta potential and laser diffraction measurements were consistent with

  • novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    2010-11-01· Read "Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based on cationic amphiphilic polysaccharides, Bioresource Technology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • novel biodegradable polymeric flocculant based

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculant based

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculants were produced by conventional redox grafting, microwave-initiated and microwave-assisted grafting of acrylamide to tamarind kernel polysaccharide (TKP). The graft copolymers were characterized by viscometry, elemental analysis, molecular weight determination using SLS analysis, and NMR spectroscopy. The flocculation efficiency of the grafting products

  • novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    2010-05-11· Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based on pullulan. Novel biodegradable flocculants based on polysaccharides. Singh. Curr. Sci. Flocculants. Huang . Hydrophobically modified cationic polyelectrolytes. Ghimici. Eur. Polym. J. The effect of polyacrylamide charge density and molecular weight on the flocculation and sedimentation behavior of kaolinite suspensions.

  • biodegradable drag reducing agents and flocculants

    Biodegradable drag reducing agents and flocculants

    Biodegradable drag reducing agents and flocculants based on polysaccharides: Thus grafted polysaccharides are very efficient, shear stable and biodegradable flocculants. They also exhibit turbulent drag reducing characteristics. Among grafted guar gum, xanthan gum, carboxymethyl cellulose, and starch, grafted starch performs the best. Starch consists of amylose (a low molecular weight

  • novel biodegradable flocculating agents based

    Novel Biodegradable Flocculating Agents Based

    In coal, iron ore slime and silica suspensions and in municipal sewage waste water polysaccharide-g-PDMA showed best results but in kaolin clay suspension, in paper mill effluent and in textile dye effluent polysaccharide-g-(PDMA-co-AA) showed best performance. Among all the graft copolymers, graft copolymer based on HES showed best

  • biodegradable drag reducing agents and flocculants

    Biodegradable Drag Reducing Agents and Flocculants

    Free Online Library: Biodegradable Drag Reducing Agents and Flocculants Based on Polysaccharides: Materials and Applications [*]. by "Polymer Engineering and Science"; Engineering and manufacturing Science and technology, general Flocculation Analysis Flocculation tests Polymers Research Sewage irrigation Equipment and supplies Water purification equipment and supplies

  • novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based on cationic amphiphilic polysaccharides. Author(s) : Ghimici, L.; Nichifor, M. Author Affiliation : "Petru Poni" Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Aleea Grigore Ghica Voda, 41 A, 700487 Iasi, Romania.

  • preparation and characterization of gum karaya hydrogel

    Preparation and characterization of gum karaya hydrogel

    2015-12-14· Singh RP, Tripathy T, Karmakar GP, Rath SK, Karmakar NC, Pandey SK, Kannan K, Jain SK, Lan NT (2000) Novel biodegradable flocculants based on polysaccharides. Curr Sci 78:798–803 Google Scholar Wan X, Li Y, Wang X, Chen S, Gu X (2007) Synthesis of cationic guar gum-graft-polyacrylamide at low temperature and its flocculating properties.

  • an overview of coagulation-flocculation technology

    An Overview of Coagulation-Flocculation Technology

    In contrast to synthetic organic flocculants, plant-based materials are renewable feedstocks and offer several advantages over petroleum-based flocculants. For example, starch and non-starch polymers are biodegradable, renewable, shear stable, cost effective and relatively non-toxic.

  • a novel biodegradable cinnamic acid grafted

    A Novel Biodegradable Cinnamic Acid Grafted

    Cinnamic acid grafted carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC-g-P (CA)) has been synthesized by microwave assisted technique, which is an alliance of microwave radiation with chemical free radical initiator (CAN) to commence grafting. The novel graft copolymer has been characterized by physicochemical techniques FTIR spectroscopy, intrinsic viscosity measurement, elemental analysis (C, H and N), SEM

  • biodegradable drag reducing agents and flocculants

    Biodegradable drag reducing agents and flocculants

    Biodegradable drag reducing agents and flocculants based on polysaccharides: Thus grafted polysaccharides are very efficient, shear stable and biodegradable flocculants. They also exhibit turbulent drag reducing characteristics. Among grafted guar gum, xanthan gum, carboxymethyl cellulose, and starch, grafted starch performs the best. Starch consists of amylose (a low molecular weight

  • a novel biodegradable cinnamic acid grafted

    A Novel Biodegradable Cinnamic Acid Grafted

    Cinnamic acid grafted carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC-g-P (CA)) has been synthesized by microwave assisted technique, which is an alliance of microwave radiation with chemical free radical initiator (CAN) to commence grafting. The novel graft copolymer has been characterized by physicochemical techniques FTIR spectroscopy, intrinsic viscosity measurement, elemental analysis (C, H and N), SEM

  • novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    2010-05-11· Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based on pullulan. Novel biodegradable flocculants based on polysaccharides. Singh. Curr. Sci. Flocculants. Huang . Hydrophobically modified cationic polyelectrolytes. Ghimici. Eur. Polym. J. The effect of polyacrylamide charge density and molecular weight on the flocculation and sedimentation behavior of kaolinite suspensions.

  • high performance polymeric flocculants based

    High performance polymeric flocculants based

    2012-01-04· Highlights In this study we have developed novel polymeric flocculants. Flocculants are controlled biodegradable and based on modified polysaccharides. Graft copolymer synthesized by microwave assisted method is the best. With the increase in

  • amlett, amlett.org, doi: 10.5185/amlett.2013

    amlett, amlett.org, DOI: 10.5185/amlett.2013

    Novel flocculants for wastewater and industrial effluents treatment have been developed in authors’ laboratory based on modified polysaccharides. These flocculants have unique characteristics i.e. they are efficient with low dose usage like synthetic flocculants (e.g. polyacrylamide) and controlled biodegradable, shear resistant and

  • biodegradable drag reducing agents and flocculants

    Biodegradable Drag Reducing Agents and Flocculants

    Free Online Library: Biodegradable Drag Reducing Agents and Flocculants Based on Polysaccharides: Materials and Applications [*]. by "Polymer Engineering and Science"; Engineering and manufacturing Science and technology, general Flocculation Analysis Flocculation tests Polymers Research Sewage irrigation Equipment and supplies Water purification equipment and supplies

  • novel biodegradable flocculating agents based

    Novel Biodegradable Flocculating Agents Based

    In coal, iron ore slime and silica suspensions and in municipal sewage waste water polysaccharide-g-PDMA showed best results but in kaolin clay suspension, in paper mill effluent and in textile dye effluent polysaccharide-g-(PDMA-co-AA) showed best performance. Among all the graft copolymers, graft copolymer based on HES showed best

  • us3823100a polysaccharide based flocculants google

    US3823100A Polysaccharide based flocculants Google

    A SUBSTITUTED POLYSACCHARIDE IS DESCRIBED WHICH IS WATER SOUBLE AND WHICH IS OF USE AS, FOR EXAMPLE, A FLUCCULANT. THE SUBSTITUENT GROUPS ARE N(AMINO METHYL)PROPIONAMIDE GROUPS AND MAY BE MONOMERIC OR POLYMERIC. US3823100A Polysaccharide based flocculants Google Patents Polysaccharide based flocculants Download

  • an overview of coagulation-flocculation technology

    An Overview of Coagulation-Flocculation Technology

    In contrast to synthetic organic flocculants, plant-based materials are renewable feedstocks and offer several advantages over petroleum-based flocculants. For example, starch and non-starch polymers are biodegradable, renewable, shear stable, cost effective and relatively non-toxic.

  • tuning polysaccharide framework for optimal

    Tuning Polysaccharide Framework for Optimal

    Abstract. Increasing demand for environment friendly and cleaner technologies in the environment and industry has pave ways for the utilization of natural flocculants (polysaccharides) for the removal of contaminants in order to sustain contaminant-free environmental technology.

  • us3823100a polysaccharide based flocculants google

    US3823100A Polysaccharide based flocculants Google

    A SUBSTITUTED POLYSACCHARIDE IS DESCRIBED WHICH IS WATER SOUBLE AND WHICH IS OF USE AS, FOR EXAMPLE, A FLUCCULANT. THE SUBSTITUENT GROUPS ARE N(AMINO METHYL)PROPIONAMIDE GROUPS AND MAY BE MONOMERIC OR POLYMERIC. US3823100A Polysaccharide based flocculants Google Patents Polysaccharide based flocculants Download

  • novel biodegradable flocculating agents prepared

    Novel biodegradable flocculating agents prepared

    2007-02-19· Read "Novel biodegradable flocculating agents prepared by phosphate modification of Konjac, Carbohydrate Polymers" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • polysaccharide-based membranes in food packaging

    Polysaccharide-Based Membranes in Food Packaging

    2016-04-13· The improvement of polysaccharide films has been studied in order to reach satisfactory biopolymer based packaging behavior, possible to use in industrial applications . In the following Section 3.1, Section 3.2, Section 3.3 and Section 3.4, the attention will be focused on polysaccharides application in food packaging.

  • dr. sagar pal google scholar citations

    Dr. Sagar Pal Google Scholar Citations

    Novel biodegradable polymeric flocculant based on polyacrylamide-grafted tamarind kernel polysaccharide S Ghosh, G Sen, U Jha, S Pal Bioresource technology 101 (24), 9638-9644,2010

  • novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based

    Novel biodegradable flocculanting agents based on cationic amphiphilic polysaccharides. Author(s) : Ghimici, L.; Nichifor, M. Author Affiliation : "Petru Poni" Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Aleea Grigore Ghica Voda, 41 A, 700487 Iasi, Romania.

  • polymeric flocculants for wastewater and industrial

    POLYMERIC FLOCCULANTS FOR WASTEWATER AND INDUSTRIAL

    biodegradable flocculants. Natural polysaccharides such as starch, guar gum, alginate, glycogen or dextran can be used. Chemical modification of these polysaccharides to improve their flocculation efficacy is possible, including grafting polyacrylamide branches on polysaccharide backbones and insertion of cationic moieties on the backbones. We discuss flocculants based on polysaccharides

  • a review on the modification of polysaccharide through

    A Review on the Modification of Polysaccharide Through

    Starch-based derivatives completely biodegradable polymers and have potential applications in biomedical and environmental fields . Polysaccharides, proteins and nucleic acids are basic components in living organic systems. Therefore biopolymers mimicking synthetic polymers have great scope in current and future research to meet out the

  • kumar, s., saha, t., sharma, s. 2015. treatment of pulp

    Kumar, S., Saha, T., Sharma, S. 2015. Treatment of pulp

    Kumar, S., Saha, T., Sharma, S. 2015. Treatment of pulp and paper mill effluents using novel biodegradable polymeric flocculants based on anionic polysaccharides: a new

  • polysaccharide-based macromolecular materials

    Polysaccharide-Based Macromolecular Materials

    2012-05-24· Polysaccharides are the renewable natural reservoir which can be tailored to obtain a broad spectrum of macromolecular materials. The multifunctional nature of polysaccharides offers wide flexibility of tailoring and modification. To suit adsorption applications, many water-soluble polysaccharides have been transformed to insoluble materials by

  • synthesis, characterization and flocculation

    Synthesis, Characterization and Flocculation

    polyacrylamide-based flocculants because of their greater degree of branching and higher molecular weight [10-13]. References 1. Deshmukh SR, Singh RP (1985) The turbulent drag reduction by graft copolymers of guargum and polyacrylamide. J Appl Polym Sci 30(10): 4013-4020. 2. Deshmukh S R, Singh R P (1987) Drug effectiveness, shear stability and

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