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9 533 52/13/15/20 36 Fiber Type Mass Flow •Extrudate Formulation: Gelose 22/Sorbitol/Fiber/Glycerol. Structure of Fiber Reinforced TPS Observed by Scanning Electron Microscopy. In order to visualize embedding capacities of different fiber materials in the starch matrix SEM photographs were used for analysis. In cases where insufficient starch destructurization occurred during extrusion, processingfiberswere only slightly embedded in the starch matrix. As a result enhancement of mechanical properties could not be expected.
The higher the SME input the more pronounced was the degradation of starch. In comparison to potato and amylomaize starch the waxy maize starch sample showed the most striking effect on the weight average molecular weight (Table IV). A comparison of molecular weight distribution curves of different starch types showed, furthermore, that extrusion of native starches resulted preferentially in a degradation of the amylopectinfractionof the starches. This was demonstrated for example in Figure 6 for amylomaize starch.
ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1999. Chapter 4 Thermochemical Processes for Derivatization of Starches with Different Amylose Content R. E. Wing and J. L. S. Department of Agriculture, 1815 N. University Street, Peoria, IL 61604 Thermochemical oxidation of starches of different amylose content (0-70%) was investigated to maximize carboxyl and carbonyl content, to increase water solubility, and to give products with new and novel properties. Thermochemical processes evaluated were self-induced exothermal initiation-drum drying, jet cooking-drum drying, and drum drying using hydrogen peroxide and a ferrous-cupric catalyst.