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Year 2020, Volume 5, Issue 1, 399 - 406, 15.04.2020
https://doi.org/10.29187/jscmt.2020.44

Abstract

References

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Starch-Based Bioplastic Materials for Packaging Industry

Year 2020, Volume 5, Issue 1, 399 - 406, 15.04.2020
https://doi.org/10.29187/jscmt.2020.44

Abstract

In this study, we performed the production of bioplastic from corn starch by condensation polymerization. We used a natural intensifier such as glycerin to make the corn starch into a bioplastic material. Bioplastic and its nanocomposites via carbon fiber microelectrode (CFME), TiO2 and nanoclay were synthesized to study its application in package industry. FTIR-ATR, TGA-DTA, SEM-EDX and mechanical analysis were taken to characterize the bioplastic based nanocomposites. We used different amounts of addition of CFME (0.2%, 0.5% and 1%), TiO2 (1%, 3% and 5%) and nanoclay (1%, 3% and 5%) to obtain the optimum condition for the bioplastic material. We obtained proper results for bioplastic/CFME nanocomposite addition of 1%, bioplastic / TiO2 and bioplastic / nanoclay nanocomposites addition of 5% in the composite material. Based on the literature that can be used in packaging industry without harming the environment, this is our main objective.

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  • 2. Rouger J, Mutje P (1984) Correlation between the cellulose fibers beating and the fixation of a soluble cationic polymer. British Polym J 16:83-86
  • 3. Mose BR, Maranga SM (2011) A review on starch based nanocomposites for bioplastic materials. J Mat Sci Eng 1:239-245
  • 4. Wittaya T (2009) Microcomposites of rice starch film rein forced with microcrystalline cellulose from palm pressed fiber. Int Food Res J 16:493-500
  • 5. Dufresne A, Dupeyre D, Vignon MR (2000) Cellulose Microfibrils from Potato tuber cells:processing and characterization of starch-cellulose microfibril composites. J Appl Polym Sci 76:2080-2092
  • 6. John MJ, Thomas S (2008) Biofibres and biocomposites. Carbohydrate Polymers 71:343-364
  • 7. Belhassen R, Boufi S, Vilaseca F, Lopez JP, Mendez JA, Franco E, Pelach MA, Mutje P (2009) Biocomposites based on Alfa fibers and starch-based biopolymer. Polym Adv Technol 20:1068-1075
  • 8. Alvarez VA, Kenny JM, Vazquez A (2004) Creep behavior of biocomposites based on sisal fiber reinforced cellulose derivatives / starch blends. Polym Comp 25:280-288
  • 9. Alvarez VA, Ruseckaite RA, Vazquez A (2006) Degradation of sisal fibre/Mater Bi-Y biocomposites buried in soil. Polym Degrad Stab 91:3156-3162
  • 10. Averous L, Boquillon N (2004) Biocomposites based on plasticized starch: thermal and mechanical behaviors. Carbohydr Polym 56:111-122
  • 11. Soykeabkaew N, Supaphol P, Rujiravanit R (2004) Preparation and characterization of jute and flax-reinforced starch-based composite foams. Carbohydr Polym 58:53-63
  • 12. Belay M, Sonkar AK, Nagarale RK, Verma V (2017) Synergistic strengthening of composite films by crosslinking graphene oxide reinforcement and poly(vinyl alcohol) with dicarboxylic acids. Polym Int 66:1737-1746
  • 13. Guimaraes JL, Wypych F, Saul CK, Ramos LP, Satyanarayana KG (2010) Studies of the processing and characterization of corn starch and its composites with banana and sugarcane fibers from Brazil. Carbohydrate Polymers 80:130-138
  • 14. Felix M, Perez-Puyara V, Romero A, Guerrero A (2017) Development of protein-based bioplastics modified with different additives. J Appl Polym Sci 134:Article number: 45430
  • 15. Mlalila N, Hilonga A, Swai H, Devlieghere F, Ragaert P (2018) Antimicrobial packaging based on starch, poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) and poly((lactic-co-glycolide) materials and application challenges. Trends in Food Science & Technology 74:1-11
  • 16. Kawashima, N., Yagi, T., Kojima, K (2019) How do bioplastics and fossil-based plastics play in an circular economy?, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 304(9):Article number: 19003383
  • 17. Evans, J (2019) Feedstcks to make bioplastic packaging, biofuels & Biorefining-biofrp, 13(6):1387-1387
  • 18. Strnad, S., Oberhollenzer, Z., Sauperl, O., Kreze, T., Zemljic, L.F (2019) Modifying properties of feather keratin bioplastic films using kanjac glucomannan, Cellulose Chemistry and Technologies, 53(9-10):1017-1027
  • 19. Siagian M, Tarigan P (2016) Production of Starch Based Bioplastic from Cassava Peel Reinforced with Microcrystalline Cellulose Avicel PH101 Using Sorbitol as Plasticizer. Journal of Physics 701:Article number: 012012
  • 20. Rowe MD, Ersan E, Walters KB (2016) Bio-based plasticizer and thermoset polyesters: A green polymer chemistry approach. J Appl Polym Sci 133:43917
  • 21. Karthika P, Rajalakshmi N, Dhathathreyan KS (2012) Functionalized exfoliated graphene oxide as supercapacitor electrodes. Soft Nanoscience Letters 2:59-66
  • 22. Makhtar NSM, Rodhi MNM, Musa M, Hamid KHK (2013) Thermal Behavior of Tacca leontopetaloides Starch-Based Biopolymer. Int J Polym Sci Article Number:373854
  • 23. Pereira AGB, Gollveia RF, de Carvalho GM, Rubira AF, Muniz EC (2009) Polymer blends based on PEO and starch: Miscibility and spherulite growth rate evaluated through DSC and optical microscopy. Materials Science & Engineering C-Biomimetic and Supramolecular Systems 29:499-504
  • 24. Sagnelli D, Hebelstrup KH, Leroy E, Rolland-Sabate A, Guilois S, Kirkensgaard JJK, Mortensen K, Lourdin D, Blennow A (2016) Plant-crafted starches for bioplastics production. Carbohydrate Polymers 152:398-408
  • 25. Cortes-Trivino E, Martinez I (2018) Wheat gluten / montmorillonite biocomposites: Effect of pH on the mechanical properties and clay dispersion. eXPRESS Polymer Letters 12: 616-627

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Primary Language English
Subjects Engineering, Multidisciplinary
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Murat ATES This is me
NAMIK KEMAL ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Türkiye


Pinar KUZ This is me
NAMIK KEMAL ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Türkiye

Publication Date April 15, 2020
Submission Date November 16, 2009
Published in Issue Year 2020, Volume 5, Issue 1

Cite

APA Ates, M. & Kuz, P. (2020). Starch-Based Bioplastic Materials for Packaging Industry . Journal of Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies , 5 (1) , 399-406 . DOI: 10.29187/jscmt.2020.44

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