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1.1.1. Starch production processes
1.1.2. Structure and properties of starch
1.2. Biomaterials from starch
1.2.1. Plastic Applications and Waste Issues
1.2.2. The potential of biodegradable plastics
1.2.3. Biodegradable Plastics from Starch
1.3. Starch modifications to improve product properties
1.3.1. Thermoplasticized starch
1.3.2. Cross‐linked starch
1.3.3. Starch Esters
1.3.4. Starch ‐ Biopolymer Blends and Graft Co‐Polymers
1.3.4.1. Starch‐based blends by melt mixing
1.4. Thesis Outline
2.2. Materials and Methods
2.2.3. Product Analyses
2.2.4. Calculation of Average Degree of Polymerization
2.3. Results and Discussions
2.3.1. Screening Experiments
2.3.1.1. Product analyses
2.3.1.2. Mechanistic aspects
2.3.2. Systematic Studies
2.3.2.1. Product yield
2.4. Conclusions
2.5. Nomenclature
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Materials and Methods
3.2.1. Materials
3.2.2. Methods
3.2.2.1.  Typical example of the starch silylation procedure
3.2.2.4.  Peracetylation of silylated starch
3.2.3. Analytical Methods
3.2.3.1.  Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
3.2.4. Calculations
3.3. Results and Discussions
3.3.1. Synthesis of Silylated Starch
3.3.3. Deprotection of Silylated‐Starch‐g‐PCL
3.4. Conclusions
3.5. Nomenclature
3.6. References
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Materials and Methods
4.2.1. Materials
4.2.2. Analytical Equipment
4.2.3. Methods
4.2.3.2.  Peracetylation procedure
4.2.3.3. Determination of the Degree of Substitution (DS)
4.3. Results and Discussion
4.3.1. Exploratory Experiments
4.3.2. Product Characterisation
4.3.2.1. 1H‐ and 13C‐NMR analyses
4.3.2.2. FT‐IR measurements
4.2.3. Systematic Studies
4.3.3.1. Effect of vinyl ester to AHG ratio on the product DS
4.3.3.2. Effect of the addition of toluene as a co‐solvent
4.3.3.3. Catalysts screening
4.4. Conclusions
4.5. Nomenclature
6.2.4. Statistical Modeling
6.3.1.1. Effect of substrate (GMA/DEM) to PCL ratio on the FD
6.3.1.2. Effect of the BPO intake on the product FD
6.3.1.4. Thermal properties of the compatibilizers
6.3.2. Synthesis and Properties of Starch‐ PCL Blends
6.3.2.1. Binary blends of starch and PCL
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