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Palm oil deodorizer distillate as toughening agent in polylactide packaging films
Polylactide (PLA) is the most used biodegradable and biobased food packaging polymer for rigid containers and films. However, its low ductility is a hurdle for increasing its applications in flexible
Enzymatic Synthesis of Resveratrol α-Glycosides from β-Cyclodextrin-Resveratrol Complex in Water
Although resveratrol (3,5,4′-trihydroxy-stilbene) is one of the most studied natural product because of its biological properties such as antioxidant or anticancer, its low water solubility and
A comprehensive NMR methodology to assess the composition of biobased and biodegradable polymers in contact with food.
The efficiency of the proposed NMR methodology for rapid assessment of the composition of PLA was demonstrated and tended to prove the sensitivity of NMR by demonstrating an analytical difference of less than 15%.
New oleanane saponins from the roots of Dendrobangia boliviana identified by LC‐SPE‐NMR
The joint use of LC and solid‐phase extraction (SPE) results in more concentrated samples and therefore improves the signal‐to‐noise ratio of NMR spectra achievable within a given period of time and appeared as a timesaving method with a broad application range.
Bioproducts of oil industry as toughening agents of Polylactide
Polylactide (PLA) which is already available in large commercial quantities shows a good potential as biobased and biodegradable polymer in several sectors. Nevertheless its low ductility narrows its
Production and Characterization of Yellow Pigment from Pomegranate and its application
The pigmented microorganism can be obtained from a wide range of environmental sources which could be cultured and purified. Various bacterial growth media can be used to separate the different kinds