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The Reactivity of Cationic Biopolymer Studied by Interactions with Organic Dyes

SMILEK, J. KOLESA, P. SEDLÁČEK, P. KLUČÁKOVÁ, M.

Original Title

The Reactivity of Cationic Biopolymer Studied by Interactions with Organic Dyes

English Title

The Reactivity of Cationic Biopolymer Studied by Interactions with Organic Dyes

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

One of the most important gaps in the knowledge of biopolymers is the study on their reactivity. Simple universal reactivity mapping tool for biopolymers is needed. Non-stationary diffusion of anionic organic dye (C.I. 20470) was realized in agarose supported matrix for purpose the study on reactivity of cationic biopolymer (chitosan). The reactivity of chitosan was studied by interactions with anionic organic dye in hydrogel matrix (agarose). The rate of interactions was determined by fundamental diffusion parameters (effective diffusion coefficients and the concentration of organic dye on the interface hydrogel-solution).

English abstract

One of the most important gaps in the knowledge of biopolymers is the study on their reactivity. Simple universal reactivity mapping tool for biopolymers is needed. Non-stationary diffusion of anionic organic dye (C.I. 20470) was realized in agarose supported matrix for purpose the study on reactivity of cationic biopolymer (chitosan). The reactivity of chitosan was studied by interactions with anionic organic dye in hydrogel matrix (agarose). The rate of interactions was determined by fundamental diffusion parameters (effective diffusion coefficients and the concentration of organic dye on the interface hydrogel-solution).

Keywords

biopolymer, organic dye, interactions, diffusion, hydrogel

Released

20.10.2014

Publisher

CEITEC

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-80-210-7159-9

Book

Frontiers in material and life sciences

Pages from

216

Pages to

216

Pages count

1

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT109972,
  author="Jiří {Smilek} and Pavel {Kolesa} and Petr {Sedláček} and Martina {Klučáková}",
  title="The Reactivity of Cationic Biopolymer Studied by Interactions with Organic Dyes",
  annote="One of the most important gaps in the knowledge of biopolymers is the study on their reactivity. Simple universal reactivity mapping tool for biopolymers is needed. Non-stationary diffusion of anionic organic dye (C.I. 20470) was realized in agarose supported matrix for purpose the study on reactivity of cationic biopolymer (chitosan). The reactivity of chitosan was studied by interactions with anionic organic dye in hydrogel matrix (agarose). The rate of interactions was determined by fundamental diffusion parameters (effective diffusion coefficients and the concentration of organic dye on the interface hydrogel-solution).",
  address="CEITEC",
  booktitle="Frontiers in material and life sciences",
  chapter="109972",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="CEITEC",
  year="2014",
  month="october",
  pages="216--216",
  publisher="CEITEC",
  type="abstract"
}