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Usage of Starch
As a pure & renewable natural polymer starch caters to multiple usage. Its significance as a polysacloride (being able to breakdown into their monomeric and or oligomeric components) leads to production of Dextrose, glucose, fructose, maltose & sorbitol. Furthermore, starch is also an important ingredient for the sugar industry, which was otherwise relying upon sugar cane and beet sugar.
Some of most common industrial uses of starch is as follows:-
Starch is also used to make some packing peanuts, and some dropped ceiling tiles.
To reduce breaking of yarns during weaving, the warp yarns are sized. Starch is one of the main agents used for cotton sizing. Starch is also used as printing thickener.
in the printing industry food grade starch is used in the manufacture of anti-set-off spray powder used to separate printed sheets of paper to avoid wet ink being set off.
starch is used to produce various bioplastics, synthetic polymers that are biodegradable. An example is polylactic acid.
Powdered corn starch is used as a substitute for talcum powder in many health and beauty products.
starch is used to adjust the viscosity of drilling fluid which is used to lubricate the drill head in (mineral) oil extraction.
Glucose from starch can be further fermented to ethanol.
Hydrogen production - Starch can be used to produce hydrogen, using enzymes.
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