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Colloidal solutions of chitosan of crab origin with the addition of collagen obtained from cowhide were studied. Were presents the influence of collagen concentration and the method of preparing the sample on the obtained mechanical properties of the solutions and the observed phase transition temperature. Rheological measurements were performed to determine the viscoelastic properties and phase transition temperatures of these solutions. The study was conducted in the temperature range of 5–60°C with the use of classical techniques of rotational rheometry in the cone-plate measurement system. A significant influence of a collagen addition to chitosan chloride solutions on the viscoelastic properties of the systems was observed. The addition of collagen in all the cases increased the sol–gel phase transition temperature in comparison with the chitosan chloride solution containing β-glycerophosphate.
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