• natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: a review

    Natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: A review

    Plasticizers to biopolymer films. The use of natural-based polymers films depends on several features including cost, availability, functional attributes, mechanical properties (strength and flexibility), optical quality (gloss and opacity), barrier requisites (water vapor, O 2 and CO 2 permeability), structure resistance to water and sensorial

  • natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: a review

    Natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: A review

    Request PDF | Natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: A review | In recent years, much attention has been focused on research to replace petroleum-based commodity plastics, in a cost

  • natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: a review

    Natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: A review

    Plasticizers, for biopolymer-based films, can be divided into water soluble and water insoluble [25]. The type and the amount of plasticizer strongly affect the film formation from polymeric aqueous dispersions [26]. Hydrophilic plasticizers dissolve in the aqueous medium when they are added to polymer dispersions and if added in high con-

  • natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: a review

    Natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: A review

    Review article Natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: A review Author links open overlay panel Melissa Gurgel Adeodato Vieira Mariana Altenhofen da Silva Lucielen Oliveira dos Santos 1 Marisa Masumi Beppu 1

  • natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: a review

    Natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: A review

    In recent years, much attention has been focused on research to replace petroleum-based commodity plastics, in a cost-effective manner, with biodegradable materials offering competitive mechanical properties. Biopolymers have been considered as the

  • environmentally friendly plasticizers for poly(vinyl chloride

    Environmentally friendly plasticizers for poly(vinyl chloride

    Mariana Altenhofen da Silva, Melissa Gurgel Adeodato Vieira, André Costa Gomes Maçumoto, Marisa Masumi Beppu, Polyvinylchloride (PVC) and natural rubber films plasticized with a natural polymeric plasticizer obtained through polyesterification of rice fatty acid, Polymer Testing, 10.1016/j.polymertesting.2011.03.008, 30, 5, (478-484), (2011).

  • title: a review on plasticizers and eco-friendly

    Title: A Review on Plasticizers and Eco-Friendly

    This review spans on the overview of plasticizers, highlighting the demerits of traditional- phthalate base plasticizers and the need for eco-friendly bio- based plasticizers. It also investigates into the different biomass sources and solicit for the best in potential biomass sources.

  • the influence of environmentally friendly plasticizer on the

    The influence of environmentally friendly plasticizer on the

    The Influence of Environmentally Friendly Plasticizer on the Bio-Durability of Wood Plastic Composites Kaimeng Xu,* , 1 Gaofeng Xu,1 Yuanbo Huang, Can Liu, Kunyong Kang, and Zhifeng Zheng* The influence of epoxidized soybean oil (ESO) plasticizer on the mould and algal resistances of wood plastic composites (WPCs) was studied using artificial

  • eco-friendly bio-based plastic films as an alternative to

    Eco-Friendly Bio-Based Plastic Films as an Alternative to

    phthalates as a plasticizer and their effects on human health [12]. This fact makes the scientist to introduce or developed natural based plasticizers that have a property of low toxicity and low migration across the material. In biopolymer-based films and coatings production, plasticizers are also essential additives since

  • polymers | free full-text | development of bio-based films

    Polymers | Free Full-Text | Development of Bio-Based Films

    The film prepared from the non-washed apple pomace, using glycerol as plasticizer, showed a swollen structure compared to the other films (Figure 2e). This is because of the presence of the glycerol, which acts as a secondary plasticizer in the system, making the movement of the particles much easier.

  • films from an aqueous suspension of alkaline pretreated

    Films from an Aqueous Suspension of Alkaline Pretreated

    Feather, keratin, and other biopolymer films require additives, such as plasticizers and crosslinking agents, to adjust mechanical properties and moisture stability. Besides glycerol [18] [22] also other plasticizers have been tested for biopolymer films, such as 1,4-butanediol [23], ethanolamine [24] [25] [26], maleic and citric acids [24

  • effect of plasticizers (water and glycerol) on the diffusion

    Effect of Plasticizers (Water and Glycerol) on the Diffusion

    The effects of this plasticizer as well as the plasticizing effect of water on the diffusion of fluorescein have been studied in this edible coating mainly composed of natural biopolymer. Diffusion coefficients of about 10-13 m2 s-1 have been measured in these films for water activity (aw) lower than 0.7.