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- hydrated. With metals such as sodium and calcium, its salts are known as alginates. Its colour ranges from white to yellowish-brown. It is sold in filamentous...
- aqueous sodium alginate. Calcium alginate is also used for entrapment of enzymes and forming artificial seeds in plant tissue culture. "Alginate" is usually...
- An alginate dressing is a natural wound dressing derived from carbohydrate sources released by clinical bacterial species, in the same manner as biofilm...
- In enzymology, an alginate synthase (EC 2.4.1.33) is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction GDP-D-mannuronate + (alginate)n ⇌ {\displaystyle \rightleftharpoons...
- Propylene glycol alginate (PGA) is an emulsifier, stabilizer, and thickener used in food products. It is a food additive with E number E405. Chemically...
- applications. Sodium alginate is an unbranched copolymer of 1,4-linked-β-d-mannuronate (M) and α-l-guluronate (G) sugars. Sodium alginate (NaAlg) coagulates...
- Spherification is a culinary process that employs sodium alginate and either calcium chloride or calcium glucate lactate to shape a liquid into squishy...
- an inert, insoluble material—such as calcium alginate (produced by reacting a mixture of sodium alginate solution and enzyme solution with calcium chloride)...
- materials: reversible hydrocolloids: agar irreversible hydrocolloids: sodium alginate elastomeric materials: silicones (polyvinyl siloxane): condensation-cured...
- branched polymeric carbohydrates and examples include starch, cellulose and alginate. Other examples of biopolymers include natural rubbers (polymers of isoprene)...