Hydroxyethyl derivatives of the amylopectin starch from waxy maize
A gas-liquid chromatographic method has been used for analyzing the degree of substitution of a number of samples of hydroxyethylated partially hydrolyzed amylopection starch. A new method of plotting a calibration graph differing from that used previously is proposed.
KeywordsStarch Hydroxyethyl Calibration Graph Hydroxyethylstarch Blood Substitute
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