Synthesis of Modified Pectin and Its Flocculating Properties
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Modified polysaccharide was synthesized by the reaction of amylopectin with a cationic monomer, (1,2-epoxyprop-3-yl)triethylammonium chloride, in alkaline solution in the presence of Fenton’s reagent. The influence of the concentrations of amylopectin, gelatin, their polymer-inorganic hybrids, and modified pectin on their flocculating properties in free (unrestricted) sedimentation of ocher suspension as a model disperse system was studied. Amylopectin exerts a stabilizing effect, whereas the modified pectin and polymer-inorganic hybrid exert a flocculating effect. The influence of the mode of introducing polymer additives on the flocculating effect and aggregation of ocher particles was analyzed.
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