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Título: Sustainable Packaging Films Composed of Sodium Alginate and Hydrolyzed Collagen: Preparation and Characterization
Autor(es): Marangoni Júnior, Luís; et. al.

Palavras-chave: Biopolymer
Protein flm
Data do documento: 2021
Citação: Food and Bioprocess Technology, v.14, p.2336–2346, 2021.
Resumo: Hydrolyzed collagen (HC) has been extensively explored in the food sector because of its functional properties and broad availability as a low-cost byproduct. However, its widespread use as a component of edible flms lacks detailed information. In this study, sodium alginate/hydrolyzed collagen (SA/HC) flms with distinct loadings of HC (10, 20, and 30%) were prepared. FT-IR results suggested the formation of intermolecular chemical bonds between SA and HC. When the control sample was compared with the highest concentration of HC evaluated, it was confrmed that incorporating HC increased the maximum degradation rate temperature from 226.51 to 232.89 °C (second thermal event). The thickness of all the SA/HC flms increased as a function of the HC load, and a reduction of the water vapor transmission rate (WVTR) from 1215.7±71.0 to 592.4±52.2 g m−2 day−1 was observed. Although SEM images showed the addition of hydrolyzed collagen led to a discontinuity in the flm polymeric matrix, there was no statistically signifcant infuence on the tensile strength. However, the elongation at break experienced a signifcant reduction (from 11.1±7.4 to 4.0±2.4%), by comparing the control sample and a 30% HC loading. In general, SA/HC flms with a 10% HC loading resulted in a superior general performance, so this formulation is recommended for future food packaging studies.
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