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“…A decrease in transmittance at shorter wavelengths was especially pronounced for S100T40. Previous studies on free-standing ChNF and CNC films have observed absorbance in the UV tailing into the visible spectrum caused by light absorption of amide in ChNWs (at ∼230 nm) and sulfate ester groups in CNCs (at ∼270 nm), 48–50 and the decrease in transmittance for S100T40 was attributed to keto or carboxyl groups formed by the oxidation of hydroxyl groups. 51 Due to the notable yellowing at higher temperatures, the upper limit of T spray was selected to be 100 °C.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 90%
“…A decrease in transmittance at shorter wavelengths was especially pronounced for S100T40. Previous studies on free-standing ChNF and CNC films have observed absorbance in the UV tailing into the visible spectrum caused by light absorption of amide in ChNWs (at ∼230 nm) and sulfate ester groups in CNCs (at ∼270 nm), 48–50 and the decrease in transmittance for S100T40 was attributed to keto or carboxyl groups formed by the oxidation of hydroxyl groups. 51 Due to the notable yellowing at higher temperatures, the upper limit of T spray was selected to be 100 °C.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 90%
“…4 ). Additionally, the CNAs and CNSs surface was treated with a sulfate ester group, and the sulfate ion displayed a comparable absorption peak at about 284 nm 71 . Therefore, the carboxyl and sulfate group coupled to CNA and CNS particles can be responsible for the absorption peak at 284 nm for the CNA and CNS suspensions.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%