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They occur as a finely divided white powder, insoluble in water. Starch granules were first hydrolyzed with hydrochloric acid. This suspension (5% w/w of solid component in water) was stored at 35°C for 15 days. This period of time allows removal of the amorphous zones without damaging the crystalline zones. The suspension was stirred every day in order to ensure the homogeneity of the suspension. It was then diluted with an equal volume of distilled water and washed by successive centrifugation (4,000 trs/min) until acid free.
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The wheat straw was first hydrolyzed in an aqueous solution of sodium sulfite (5% v/v). 5 bars. The pressure was then rapidly released. Next, the material was washed with cold water to remove solubles. The steam exploded straw cellulose (20 wt% solids in water) was washed 6 times in boiling 2% sodium hydroxide for 4 hours under mechanical stirring. Cellulose was then bleached with a chlorite solution to a high brightness level. Stable colloidal dispersions of straw cellulose were prepared according to a previously described method (12).