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Synthesis, characterization, and biodegradation studies of new cellulose-based polymers

F. Tabaght
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K. Azzaoui
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A. El Idrissi
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S. Jodeh
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B. Khalaf
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L. Rhazi
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R. Bellaouchi
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A. Asehraou
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B. Hammouti
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R. Sabbahi
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Abstract

New cellulose carbamates and cellulose acetate carbamates were prepared by classical addition reaction of isocyanates with alcohols. A Telomerization technique was used to make the grafted molecules strongly anchored and more hydrophobic. These molecules were grafted into cellulose and CA chains, respectively. The structures of the synthesized derivatives were confirmed using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Fourier Transform Infrared and Thermogravimetric Analysis, and their solubility phenomenon was also established, and the carbamate derivatives showed better solubility compared to cellulose. Their ability to biodegrade was investigated, and it was concluded that Cell-P 1 and CA-P 1 derivatives are more biodegradable than the other samples. These results suggest that the resulting compounds can be used effectively in many useful industrial fields, for instance, eco-friendly food packaging, domains that use materials that are environmentally friendly and sustainable and the development of green chemistry.

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hal-04027893 , version 1 (14-03-2023)

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F. Tabaght, K. Azzaoui, A. El Idrissi, S. Jodeh, B. Khalaf, et al.. Synthesis, characterization, and biodegradation studies of new cellulose-based polymers. Scientific Reports, 2023, 13 (1), pp.1673. ⟨10.1038/s41598-023-28298-5⟩. ⟨hal-04027893⟩
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