Deacetylation degree: 80-95%
Mesh size: 60-120mesh
Appearance: White or light yellow powder
Type: Common chitosans
Chitosan, deacetylation of chitin also known, is widespread in nature chitin obtained after deacetylation, the chemical name for polydextrose-amine (1-4) -2-amino--BD glucose. Since 1859, the Frenchman Rouget first to get chitosan, biological and functional compatibility, blood compatibility, security, microbial degradation of other excellent properties of this natural polymer has been widespread concern in all walks of life, in application of medicine, food, chemicals, cosmetics, water treatment, metal extraction and recovery, biochemical and biomedical engineering and many other fields has made significant progress. For patients, the role of chitosan fat, lowering blood sugar existing research reports. Meanwhile, chitosan is used as a thickener, coating agents included in the national food additive standard GB-2760.