4 edition of Industrial biotechnological polymers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Charles G. Gebelein, Charles E. Carraher, Jr.|
|Contributions||Gebelein, Charles G., Carraher, Charles E.|
|LC Classifications||TP248.65.P62 I53 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 408 p. :|
|Number of Pages||408|
|LC Control Number||95061208|
Starch is a polymer of glucose linked to one another through the C1 oxygen, known as the glycosidic bond. Amylases are capable of digesting these glycosidic linkages found in starch. Amylases have been isolated from diversified sources including plants, animals, and microbes, where they play a dominant role in carbohydrate metabolism. Oligosaccharides are carbohydrates, composed of up to twenty monosaccharides linked by glycosydic bonds, widely used in food and pharmaceutical industries. These compounds can be obtained by extraction from natural sources (milk, vegetables, fruits), and by chemical or biotechnological processes. In the last case, chemical structures and composition of the generated oligosaccharides .
About this book. Industrial Polymer Applications provides a comprehensive overview of the diverse properties and applications of thermoset and thermoplastic polymer technologies used routinely in the modification, protection, repair, restoration and bonding of the main classes of industrial engineering materials such as concrete, masonry, wood, metal, rubber, plastic, glass and advanced ceramics. Introduction to Polymer Chemistry Frank W. Harris Wright State University, Dayton, OH Polymers are extremely large molecules that are essential to our very existence. They are a main constituent of our food (starch, protein, etc.), our clothes (polyester, nylons, etc.), our houses (wood cellulose, alkyd paints, etc.), and our bodies (poly(nucleic acids), proteins, etc.). Hence, it is.
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Alongside the production of drugs and flavors as well as amino acids, bio-based monomers and polymers and biofuels, basic insights are also given as to the biotechnological processes yielding such products and how large-scale production may be enabled and improved.
From the Preface This book attempts to delineate some of the more recent efforts at utilizing biotechnology in industry. For convenience, this book is divided into the following five sections: (1) Industrial Applications, (2) Polysaccharides and Lignins, (3) Spider Silks, (4) Protein-Based Systems, and (5) Miscellaneous Biotechnological Polymers.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Industrial ApplicationsBiotechnology and Industrial Polymers Charles G. Gebelein, Lionfire, Inc., and Dept. of Chemistry, Florida Atlantic University Starches and Starch Derivatives as Biotechnological Polymers Robert B.
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