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Essential. This which discusses is the Polysaccharide is the most I t is present as cellulose to supply the material for cell w a l l s , or as starch, etc. 4 . 2 . 1 Hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) The component thHt is positions possible structure of the molecule is given in F i g . 4 . 5 . The basic is cellulose the smallest where an (see Appendix A ) . ca1s is of the molecule. These the character positions are the two OH groups and the CH20H group. ~ CH2CHOH (hydroxyethyl) groups are 29 as shown in F i g 3 .

8 Typical setup of a rotational viscometer D that is measured at the non-rotating cylinder is The torque proportional cylinder to the wall with stress applied by the liquid flowing to the the distance R 1 from the center and the wetted A , which is 2 z R 1 times the height h u p to which the system is area filled with liquid. 26) The torque normalized to the length 1 is G . where Thus. in talculated shear strain m u s t liquid. one a rotational directly from viscometer, the the measurement be calculated shear stre’js u o f torque may be Thc ralc of from the flowing velocity of the This velocity depends on the angular velocity 0 with whtch cylinder is rotating, while the 52 other cylinder where the torque gap.

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