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In conclusion, water soluble chitosan/amphoteric salt complexes have been found. The salt involving N-dodecylN,N-dimethyl-3-aminopropane sulfonate (DAP), is found to yield strong, clear flexible films. These films exhibit a different morphology than for films of pure chitosan. Additionally, the presence of hydrophobic regions within the films is revealed by the affinity of chitosan/DAP films to oleophilic dyes. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: The support of the North Carolina Textile Foundation for this work is gratefully acknowledged.
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Chemical reagents : their purity and tests by E. Merck. Authorized translation by Henry Schenck ...