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Date: 2021/02/22
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:6265
Description: Polymers are described as materials with giant molecules made up of thousands of repeating units. Therefore, when polymers are blended, they can exhibit miscibility or phase separation [1–4]. Between ... More
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Date: 2018/11/05
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:5716
Description: Seawater desalination is a promising strategy that offers an abundant and reliable source of clean fresh water. Nanotechnology, in terms of nanoparticles or electrospun nanofibrous membranes, for wate ... More
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Date: 2017/01/01
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:6270
Description: According to BCC Research LLC [1], polyolefins are the most widely produced and used polymers. In this group of polymers, polyethylene (PE) is considered the world’s largest plastic resin in terms of ... More
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Date: 2013/04/29
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:5554
Description: Polylactide and poly(butylene succinate-coadipate) (PLA/PBSA) were melt-blended in the presence of triphenyl phosphite (TPP). An increase in the torque during melt mixing was used to monitor the chang ... More
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Date: 2013
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1043
Description: Objectives of this work were to develop PLA/PBSA-based hybrid materials with better barrier properties, thermal stability, impact strength and at the same time, have relatively good strength and modul ... More
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Date: 2012/11/13
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:5686
Description: Binary blends of two biodegradable polymers: polylactide (PLA), which has high modulus and strength but is brittle, and poly[(butylene succinate)-co-adipate] (PBSA), which is flexible and tough, were ... More
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Date: 2012/04/11
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:5561
Description: Polylactide/poly[(butylene succinate)-co-adipate] (PLA/PBSA)-organoclay composites were prepared via melt compounding in a batch mixer. The weight ratio of PLA to PBSA was kept at 70:30, while the wei ... More
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Date: 2012/03/15
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:5696
Description: Molasses spent wash contains melanoidin, a dark brown recalcitrant compound. It is not easily biodegraded and causes a number of problems such as reduction in photosynthetic activities and dissolved o ... More
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Date: 2011/12/07
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:5545
Description: Melt and cold isothermal crystallization studies were carried out on polylactide (PLA)/poly[butylene succinate)-co-adipate] (PBSA) neat blend and blend-clay composites. The neat blend and blend-clay c ... More
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Date: 2011-06-21
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1935
Description: Melanoidin is responsible for the dark brown color of distillery wastewater. Discharge of colored wastewater has a major environmental impact on the biota of the receiving water body. Consequently, th ... More
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Date: 2010-04-18
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1952
Description: Melanoidin is an antioxidant compound found in among others, effluents from molasses distilleries and fermentation industries. Being recalcitrant, biodegradation alone does not remediate its attendant ... More
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Date: 2010
Subject: Adsorption | Isotherms
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3709
Description: Batch adsorption of recalcitrant melanoidin using the abundantly available coal fly ash was carried out. It had low specific surface area (SBET) of 1.7287 m²/g and pore volume of 0.002245 cm³/g while ... More
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Date: 2010
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:985
Description: Evaluates the applicability of adsorption, biodegradation and hybrid adsorption and biodegradation system in treatment of wastewater containing melanoidin.Treatment of wastewater containing melanoidin ... More
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