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2016 | 21 | 18-26
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MOLECULAR STRUCTURE AND FORMATION OF CHITOSAN AND PECTIN BASED THIN FILMS

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In this study using methods of Atomic force microscopy (AFM) and Quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation monitoring (QCM-D) the special characteristics of formation and architecture of thin films coatings based on natural polysaccharides chitosan and pectin were investigated. A layer-by-layer (LbL) deposition technique for assembling of oppositely charged layers was used. The main factors, which have an influence on the process of thin film formation and molecular structure of these coatings, were investigated.
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  • Research Center of Biotechnology RAS Leninsky Ave. 33, bld. 2, Moscow, Russia, enzyme@biengi.ac.ru
  • Research Center of Biotechnology RAS Leninsky Ave. 33, bld. 2, Moscow, Russia
  • Research Center of Biotechnology RAS Leninsky Ave. 33, bld. 2, Moscow, Russia
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