Chemical Modifications of Starch: Microwave Effect

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Lewicka, Kamila; Siemion, Przemysław; Kurcok, Piotr;

This paper presents basic methods of starch chemical modification, the effect of microwave radiation on the modification process, and the physicochemical properties of starch. It has been shown that the modifications contribute to improvement of the material performance... View more
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