Preparation and Ion-Exchange Properties of P-Containing Cellulose Derivatives from Certain Plant Species

@article{Ubaidullaev2004PreparationAI,
  title={Preparation and Ion-Exchange Properties of P-Containing Cellulose Derivatives from Certain Plant Species},
  author={B. Kh. Ubaidullaev and A. M. Kudratov and Z. S. Salimov},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2004},
  volume={40},
  pages={410-411}
}
Phosphoric-acid esters (PAE) of cellulose are biologically active substances that are especially suitable for use in medicine, for example, to stabilize blood and prepare de-ionized milk [1-4]. However, the exchange capacity, which determines the biological activity of the products obtained by phosphorylation of cotton cellulose, is insufficient (less than 5-6.3 mg-eq /g). Considering that the chemical structure of cellulose as an anhydroβ-D-glucose has three hydroxyls, the reactivity of which… CONTINUE READING