Synthesis and some properties of aminooxyalkylcelluloses
The previously unknown aminooxyalkylcelluloses have been synthesized by alkylation of cellulose with N-substituted ω-haloalkylhydroxylamines.
The prepared aminooxyalkylcelluloses are weak ion-exchangers, readily react with many classes of organic compounds, and are stable during storage.
Methods have been developed for the preparation of aminooxyalkylcelluloses with different lengths of the pendant H2NO group on the polysaccharide framework.
Sorbents were prepared, based on the aminooxyalkylcelluloses, which contained a covalently bonded coenzyme (pyridoxal-5′-phosphate), a substrate (α-ketoglutaric acid) and functional groups, able to react with certain functional groups of biopolymers.
KeywordsPhosphate Cellulose Polysaccharide Organic Compound Alkylation
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