Centrifugally spun starch-based fibers from amylopectin rich starches.

@article{Li2016CentrifugallySS,
  title={Centrifugally spun starch-based fibers from amylopectin rich starches.},
  author={Xianglong Li and Huanhuan Chen and Bin Yang},
  journal={Carbohydrate polymers},
  year={2016},
  volume={137},
  pages={459-465}
}
Centrifugal spinning and electrospinning have proved to be effective techniques for fabricating micro-to-nanofibers. However, starches of amylopectin content above 65% cannot be fabricated to fiber by electrospinning. This paper is focus on the centrifugal spinnability of amylopectin rich starches. We investigated the amylopectin content of starches by Dual… CONTINUE READING