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Title: Chitosan as wet-end additive for papermaking using mixed hardwood pulp
Authors: Bhardwaj S.
Bhardwaj N.K.
Negi, Yuvraj Singh
Published in: Appita Journal
Abstract: This paper explores the effect of addition of cationic starch and chitosan separately and in combination on some of the important paper properties of mixed hardwood pulp. By adding cationic starch at 5 kg/t, the increase in strength properties was less than that obtained with the addition of chitosan at 0.5 kg/t, while both produced 17-18% ash. At that same ash level, the improvement in strength properties was further increased when both cationic starch and chitosan were used together as strength additives. The results conclude that chitosan is a better strength additive than cationic starch at the same ash level. FTIR analysis was also undertaken to explore the modifications that occurred in the paper after addition of cationic starch, chitosan, and other wet-end additives. The results showed increased hydrogen bonding occurred with the addition of chitosan. © 2017, Appita Inc. All rights reserved.
Citation: Appita Journal (2017), 70(2): 139-148
URI: http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/14664
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Appita Inc.
Keywords: Cationic starch
Chitosan
Mixed hardwood pulp
Paper properties
Wet-end
ISSN: 10386807
Author Scopus IDs: 57194899731
55954738000
6701821524
Author Affiliations: Bhardwaj, S., Department of Paper Technology, IIT Roorkee Saharanpur Campus, India
Bhardwaj, N.K., Avantha Centre for Industrial Research and Development, Yamuna Nagar, Haryana 135 001, India
Negi, Y.S., Department of Paper Technology, IIT Roorkee Saharanpur Campus, India
Corresponding Author: Bhardwaj, N.K.; Avantha Centre for Industrial Research and DevelopmentIndia; email: bhardwaj@avantharesearch.org
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