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TitleDevelopment of active bio-based multilayer systems: encapsulation of cinnamaldehyde and their physicochemical characterization
Author(s)Cerqueira, Miguel Ângelo Parente Ribeiro
Fabra, Maria J.
Castro, Lorena
Bourbon, Ana Isabel Juncá Sottomayor Lisboa
Pastrana, Lorenzo M.
Vicente, A. A.
Lagaron, Jose M.
KeywordsBiodegradable
Electrospinning
Antimicrobial
Packaging
Biolayering
Issue date27-Apr-2016
CitationCerqueira, M. A.; Rovira, M.; Castro, Lorena; Bourbon, A. I.; Pastrana, Lorenzo M.; Vicente, A. A.; Lagaron, Jose M., Development of active bio-based multilayer systems: encapsulation of cinnamaldehyde and their physicochemical characterization. MPM 2016 - 6th International Seminar on Modern Polymeric Materials for Environmental Applications (Book of Abstracts). Kraków, Poland, April 27-29, 12-12, 2016.
Abstract(s)[Excerpt] In this work, different multilayer structures, using a polyhydroxybutyrate-co-valerate film with a valerate content of 8% (PHBV8) as support, were developed aiming the development of active bio-based multilayer systems. An interlayer based on zein nanofibers with and without cinnamaldehyde were electrospun in the PHBV8 film and three multilayer systems were developed: 1) without an outer layer; 2) using a PHBV8 film as outer layer; and 3) using an alginate-based film as outer layer. Their physico-chemical properties were evaluated through: water vapour and oxygen permeabilities and colour measurements, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) and thermal analyses. Results showed that the presence of different outer layers affected the water vapour permeability and transparency of the multilayer films. (...)
TypeAbstract
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/41659
Publisher versionhttp://www.mpm2016.pl/
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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