Structural Disorganization and Chain Aggregation of High-Amylose Starch in Different Chloride Salt Solutions

@article{Ying2020StructuralDA,
  title={Structural Disorganization and Chain Aggregation of High-Amylose Starch in Different Chloride Salt Solutions},
  author={Lincoln Ying and Peng Liu and Cong Ma and Na Zhang and Xiaoqing Shang and Liming Wang and Fengwei Xie},
  journal={ACS Sustainable Chemistry \& Engineering},
  year={2020},
  volume={8},
  pages={4838-4847}
}
As high-amylose starch (HAS) has a higher content of linearly structured chains than other types of starch, it is more scientifically interesting to realize enhanced properties or new functions for... 
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