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Innovation in biobased surfactants from carbohydrate-based furanic platform molecules

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Biomass is tomorrow’s resource for chemistry [1]. Carbohydrate-based furanic platform molecules offer original scaffolds for the design of novel chemical architectures [2]. Using the Morita-Baylis-Hillman (MBH) reaction, a series of new furanic amphiphiles has been prepared from the coupling of HMF, GMF or SMF (succinate derivative of HMF) as biobased furanic aldehydes with hydrophobic activated alkenes [3]. Structural variations include the level of polarity on the furanic substrate (HMF, GMF and SMF), the type of activated alkenes (ester or amide) and the alkyl chain length and level of saturation. The physicochemical properties of these original systems were evaluated. Some of them exhibit interesting abilities to lower the water surface tension. Using the PIT-slope method [4], the newly synthesized compounds were compared to other types of surfactants, including previous series of carbohydrate- based amphiphiles

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Chimie organique
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hal-04285830 , version 1 (14-11-2023)

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  • HAL Id : hal-04285830 , version 1

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Xiaoyang Yue, Lianjie Wang, Mohammed Ahmar, Jesus Ontiveros, Véronique Rataj, et al.. Innovation in biobased surfactants from carbohydrate-based furanic platform molecules. Formula XI, Jul 2023, Lille, France. ⟨hal-04285830⟩
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