Post-crosslinking towards stimuli-responsive sodium alginate beads for the removal of dye and heavy metals.

@article{Lu2015PostcrosslinkingTS,
  title={Post-crosslinking towards stimuli-responsive sodium alginate beads for the removal of dye and heavy metals.},
  author={Ting Lu and Tao Sheng Xiang and Xue-lian Huang and Cheng Li and Weifeng Zhao and Qian Zhang and Changsheng Zhao},
  journal={Carbohydrate polymers},
  year={2015},
  volume={133},
  pages={587-95}
}
Post-crosslinking as a new strategy to prepare sodium alginate (SA) beads with controllable swelling behavior, pH sensitivity and adsorption capacity was developed by using the solution of glutaraldehyde (GA), acetic acid and hydrochloric acid as the coagulating agent, for which could be used to fabricate polysaccharide beads in a large scale. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and thermogravimetric analysis convinced the successful cross-linking of SA by GA. The macro-porous structures of… CONTINUE READING

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