Effects of concentration on nanostructural images and physical properties of gelatin from channel catfish skins

@inproceedings{Yang2008EffectsOC,
  title={Effects of concentration on nanostructural images and physical properties of gelatin from channel catfish skins},
  author={Hongshun Yang and Yifen Wang},
  year={2008}
}
Physical properties are crucial to gelatin utilization and the physical properties are determined by structure. Therefore, it is important to investigate the nanostructure and physical properties of gelatin over the full range of concentrations which are widely applied in research and industry. Nanostructure of gelatin can be investigated by atomic force microscopy (AFM). However, it is hard to obtain reliable AFM images of gelatin with high concentrations (1–6.67%). In this study, methods for… CONTINUE READING
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