citric acid can be used as plasticizer to improve plasticity

  • characterization of citric acid/glycerol co-plasticized

    Characterization of citric acid/glycerol co-plasticized

    Compared with glycerol, the carboxyl groups on citric acid can form stronger hydrogen bonds with the hydroxyl groups on starch molecules, so as to promote the ageing resistant ability, which have already been demonstrated under the low CA content (from 0.6 to 2 wt%) by Yu, Wang, and Ma (2005). However, there is no information available on the

  • citric acid as a solid-state plasticizer for eudragit rs

    Citric acid as a solid-state plasticizer for Eudragit RS

    The conventional plasticizer used in pharmaceutical HME included citric acid [44], dibutyl sebacate [4,22,45], glycerol [46], methylparaben [47], triacetin [48], surfactants [49] and PEG 3350 [12

  • citrate plasticizers offer biobased plasticizer solution

    Citrate plasticizers offer biobased plasticizer solution

    Based on citric acid as the primary feedstock, Jungbunzlauer produces citrate esters that are marketed under the Citrofol brand name. Citrofol esters are safe and effective plasticizers that are finding increasing application as biobased alternatives to traditional crude oil based products.

  • plastic composites made from glycerol, citric acid,

    Plastic composites made from glycerol, citric acid,

    The preparation of ‟plastic gel” using cellulose and plasticizer mixes (glycerol/ citric acid) and (ethylene glycol/citric acid) A problem with the concept was that water vapor was formed by the condensation reaction of glycerol/citric acid during the heat treatment (Fig. 1) and ethylene glycol/citric acid, which caused the material to foam

  • effect of acid coagulation level on the plasticity


    30 (aged plasticity) except for the citric (lemon) acid where there is an increase in the P 30 values as the material is aged, this phenomenon is in contrast with the P 30 of the other two acids. It shows that ageing increase the P 30 value of citric (lemon) acid coagulated natural rubber sample.

  • bio-based citrate plasticiser citrofol bii in sealants

    Bio-based citrate plasticiser CITROFOL BII in sealants

    Citric acid is produced via fermentation of sugar or starchy materials, and consists of three carboxyl groups and one hydroxyl group. Firstly, alcohol, e.g. n-butanol, is used for the esterification of the carboxyl groups, and in a possible second step acetic anhydride can be used for the acetylation of the hydroxyl group. CITROFOL ® BII

  • natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: a review

    Natural-based plasticizers and biopolymer films: A review

    Phthalic acid esters found applications as plasticizers for the first time in 1920 and continue to be the largest class of plasticizers in the 21st century . Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), also known as dioctyl phthalate (DOP), was introduced in 1930 and has been the most widely used plasticizer since the 1930s.

  • plasticizers: types, uses, classification, selection

    Plasticizers: Types, Uses, Classification, Selection

    Esters of citric acid are also used as foam inhibitors; Other Plasticizers Phosphates Phosphate ester plasticizers are used primarily to impart flame retardancy to f-PVC. Some phosphate plasticizers are also used to improve f-PVC compounds’ resistance to UV light (outdoor weatherability). They are not typically used as primary plasticizers

  • plasticizer - wikipedia

    Plasticizer - Wikipedia

    A plasticizer (UK: plasticiser) is a substance that is added to a material to make it softer and more flexible, to increase its plasticity, to decrease its viscosity, or to decrease friction during its handling in manufacture.. Plasticizers are commonly added to polymers such as plastics and rubber, either to facilitate the handling of the raw material during fabrication, or to meet the

  • using citric acid to clean concrete - paintsquare

    Using Citric Acid to Clean Concrete - PaintSquare

    safety of the citric acid cleaning process. The effectiveness of citric acid as a concrete cleaning and etching material can be increased by formulating pro-prietary solutions specifically designed to etch concrete. One such modification in effectiveness could be the addi-tion of an acid-compatible wetting agent to improve wet-ting of the concrete.

  • how to use citric acid as a preservative? uses and side

    How to Use Citric Acid as a Preservative? Uses and Side

    Citric acid can be found in various food and soft drink products. It is an effective organic preservative that can be found on food or drink products as “E330”. Citric acid also gives a pleasant citrus flavor to beverages such as soft drinks. Citric acid, as a food preservatives or additives, is commonly added to: