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Small molecule diffusion into swelling Iota-Carrageenan gels: A fluorescence study
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2007-04)
Small molecule diffusion into Iota-Carrageenan gel was studied by using steady-state fluorescence (SSF) technique. Pyranine, dissolved in water was used as fluorescence probe. Fluorescence emission intensity, I-p, and ...
Study of drying of kappa-carrageenan gel at various temperatures using a fluorescence technique
(Taylor & Francis Inc, 2008-01)
The steady-state fluorescence technique was used to study drying of kappa-carrageenan gel at various temperatures. Pyranine was doped as a fluorescence probe, and scattered light, I-sc, and fluorescence intensities, I, ...
Swelling activation energy of kappa-carrageenan in its gel state: A fluorescence study
(John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2007-12-15)
A steady-state fluorescence technique was employed to study the swelling Of K-carrageenan gels at various temperatures. Pyranine was used as a fluorescence probe. The fluorescence intensity of pyranine was measured during ...
Dissolution of Al2O3-polystyrene latex composites: A fluorescence study
(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2005)
This work reports the use of the steady state fluorescence (SSF) technique to study dissolution of a composite film formed from a mixture of Al 2O3 and polystyrene (PS) latex particles. The composite films were cast from ...