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Title: PMR characterization of the water structure in tibetan milk mushroom zooglea: influence of medium hydration and hydrophobicity
Authors: Krupskaya, T.V.
Prylutskyy, Yu.I.
Evstigneev, M.P.
Tsapko, M.D.
Turov, V.V.
Keywords: chemistry
physical chemistry
tibetan milk mushroom zooglea
bound water
water domains
silicone
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: PMR characterization of the water structure in tibetan milk mushroom zooglea: influence of medium hydration and hydrophobicity / T.V. Krupskaya, Yu.I. Prylutskyy, M.P. Evstigneev et al. // Journal of Applied Spectroscopy. - 2015. - Vol.82, №3.-P. 353-359. - doi: 10.1007/s10812-015-0112-1. - Refer.: p. 358-359.
Abstract: The state of water in Tibetan milk mushroom zooglea with different degrees of hydration (h) was investigated using low-temperature PMR spectroscopy in air and in contact with the hydrophobic media polydimethylsiloxane PDMS-1000 and CHCl3 with added trifl uoroacetic acid (TFA). The maximum hydration of the zooglea amounted to h = 32 g/g (of dry matter). Water existed as polyassociates (clusters or domains) of strongly and weakly associated water. Bound water decomposed into clusters in the presence of TFA. The NMR spectra showed six types of bound water at h = 0.3 g/g
URI: http://dspace.bsu.edu.ru/handle/123456789/15762
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