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Solubility and Solution Behaviour of Chitin and Chitosan

  • George A. F. Roberts
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Chitin is a relatively intractable polymer and despite its structural similarity to cellulose it is insoluble in typical cellulose solvents such as cuprammonium hydroxide (Schweizer’s reagent), cupriethylene diamine and Cadoxen. However there are a limited number of solvent systems which may be grouped together in three classes.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • George A. F. Roberts
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  1. 1.Nottingham PolytechnicUK

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