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Industrial Crops & Products, ISSN 0926-6690, 05/2017, Volume 99, pp. 19 - 26
•Screening of 47 European medicinal herbs on their tannin content.•Estimation of six European medicinal herbs on their availability for tanning agent production... 
European medicinal herbs | Tannin content | Vegetable tanning agent | Radial diffusion method | CONDENSED TANNINS | POLYPHENOLS | AGRONOMY | AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING | ADHESIVES | STRAWBERRY | Medicinal plants | Medicine, Herbal | Leather industry | Tanning | Medicine, Botanic
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Journal of applied polymer science, ISSN 1097-4628, 2019, Volume 136, Issue 37, pp. 47940 - n/a
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Carbohydrate Polymers, ISSN 0144-8617, 12/2018, Volume 201, pp. 549 - 556
•Structure features of polysaccharide (PS) had great impacts on properties of DAP.•Lower Mw and linear chain structure of PS resulted in more aldehyde groups... 
Crystallinity | Polysaccharide | Tanning | Molecular weight | Dialdehyde polysaccharide | NETWORK | POLYMER SCIENCE | AMYLOSE | LIGHT-SCATTERING | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | COLLAGEN FIBER | THERMAL-PROPERTIES | STARCH | ALGINATE DIALDEHYDE | CROSS-LINKER | CHEMISTRY, APPLIED | CELLULOSE | Crosslinked polymers | Analysis | Collagen | Fine chemicals | Fiber optic networks | Green technology | Cyclodextrins | Aldehydes
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Journal of Cleaner Production, ISSN 0959-6526, 05/2019, Volume 220, pp. 864 - 872
.... In this concern, a process has been designed employing a new tanning agent allowing to produce totally metal-, formaldehyde- and phenol-free non-toxic leather... 
DMTMM | Sustainable tanning | Collagen cross-linking | Greener production | Skin processing | PEPTIDE COUPLING REAGENTS | SYSTEM | GREEN & SUSTAINABLE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | COLLAGEN | CROSS-LINKING | RECOVERY | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | TECHNOLOGIES | ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL | WASTE-WATER | FORMALDEHYDE CONTENT | LEATHER | CHROME-FREE
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Journal of cleaner production, ISSN 0959-6526, 2019, Volume 207, pp. 679 - 688
Chromotropic Acid Grafted Amphoteric Polyurethane (CAGAPU) was synthesized with Chromotropic Acid (CA) as a modifier for Polyurethane (PU). The structure of... 
Leather | Chromotropic acid | Amphoteric polyurethane | Reducing free formaldehyde | Retanning | SYSTEM | GREEN & SUSTAINABLE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL | TANNING PROCESS | Collagen | Tanning | Environmental aspects | Biochemical oxygen demand | Polyurethanes | Sustainable development | Formaldehyde
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Journal of cleaner production, ISSN 0959-6526, 2013, Volume 42, pp. 277 - 286
A greener and eco-friendly method to leather tanning process has been developed in the present investigation, which is based on d-Lysine aldehyde complex. This... 
d-Lysine aldehyde | Chrome-free tanning | Green chemistry | Cleaner process | Greener process | ACID | D-Lysine aldehyde | PEPTIDE | COLLAGEN SOLUTIONS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | WASTE | ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL | ACETATE BUFFER | CHEMISTRY | OXAZOLIDINE | UREA | Proteins | Crosslinked polymers | Lysine | Tanning | Analysis | Denaturation | Environmental impact analysis | Aldehydes
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Solid state phenomena, ISSN 1012-0394, 10/2017, Volume 267, pp. 52 - 57
... of tanning agents’ costs/waste by 16 %. 
Modification | Montmorillonite | Chemical interaction | Dispersion | Tanning agents | Leather | Tanning
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Journal of Cleaner Production, ISSN 0959-6526, 11/2018, Volume 202, pp. 543 - 552
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Resources, conservation and recycling, ISSN 0921-3449, 2018, Volume 130, pp. 51 - 59
.... The influence of the presence of the tanning agent in co-digestion of leather shavings mixed with sludge before and after the tanning stage was examined... 
Tannery solid waste | Chromium | Anaerobic co-digestion | Vegetable tannin | Beamhouse waste | BIODEGRADATION | FEASIBILITY | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL | ENERGY RECOVERY | FEEDSTOCKS | METHANOGENS | SLUDGE | Methane | Biomass energy | Tanning | Refuse and refuse disposal | Biogas | Energy efficiency | Sludge
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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, ISSN 1388-6150, 07/2017, Volume 129, Issue 1, pp. 615 - 622
.... In the leather-making industry, different tanning agents are used to produce different kind of leather goods... 
Leather | DSC | Collagen | Tanning | Thermal stability | CHEMISTRY, ANALYTICAL | THERMAL STABILIZATION | HYDROTHERMAL STABILITY | COMPLEXES | CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL | CHROMIUM | HISTORICAL LEATHER | THERMODYNAMICS | TEMPERATURE | PARCHMENT | TECHNOLOGY | Calorimetry | Comparative analysis | Leather industry
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Indian Journal of Chemical Technology, ISSN 0971-457X, 09/2018, Volume 25, Issue 5, pp. 482 - 488
...%) is used along with a commercial degreasing formulation (0.5%) at depickling stage, cutting short the concentration of degreasing agent from 3% to 0.5... 
Degreasing | Pre-tanning | Alkaline lipase | Pseudomonas sp | Leather processing | THERMAL-STABILITY | ENGINEERING