Influence of Inorganic Salts on the Adsorption of Cationically Modified Starch to Fibers

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Abstract

The article is focused on the influence of inorganic salts on the adsorption of cationically modified starch to fibers. Results show that low concentrations of inorganic salts usually affect the process of adsorption in a positive way. Adsorption efficiency at higher concentrations, however, depends on the type of inorganic salts as well as the sequence of adding inorganic salts and starch to paper suspension.

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N. Zakrajšek, "Influence of Inorganic Salts on the Adsorption of Cationically Modified Starch to Fibers," Food and Nutrition Sciences, Vol. 5 No. 3, 2014, pp. 245-249. doi: 10.4236/fns.2014.53030.

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