By Koji Watari, Soo-Wohn Lee
This publication offers a state of the art selection of fresh papers on eco-materials processing and layout as offered on the sixth Pacific Rim convention on Ceramic and Glass know-how (PacRim6) in September of 2005 in Maui, Hawaii.Content:
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5 Thermogram in Figure. 1 shows relationship between heat flow and temperature. 52 °C, respectively. 8 This gelatinization temperature range is very similar to the gelatinization temperature measured by the Rapid visco analyzer. Moreover, Figure 2 shows the microstructure of the gelled starch. The starch granules in the aqueous solution heated up to gelatinization temperature (70°C) can intact with neighboring molecules to form the network of gel as shown in Figure 2 (a) and (b. 10 During gelatinization, amylose leached out of the granule formed a network structure by filling the inter-granular space.
The system was inertially cooled. The rheological behavior of slurries was analyzed with a dynamic viscometer (Haake, Polylab System/52p Rheomex). Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA, Du Pont Instruments, 951 Termogr. Analyze, Wilmington, Germany) of the polymeric foam was performed in air at a heating rate of 10 °C/min in order to establish an appropriate heat treatment. X-ray diffraction (XRD, Diffrac 500. Siemens AG, Mannheim, Germany) with CuKa radiation was used to identify the phases of LZSA glass ceramic foam.
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