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GlcNAc units), it isnamedchitosan. The criteria for distinguishingbetweenchitin and chitosan are the solubilities ofthe polymers in dilute aqueous acid: chitin is insoluble whilechitosan forms viscoussolutions. As arule of thumb, the degreeof Nacetylation (DA) of chitosan is 540. , chitosan sulfate). A comprehensive treatise of general “chitinology” is available in Muzzarelli’s unsurpassed classical textbook [ 1 while a more recentbook deals more specifically with chitin chemistry [ The growing interest in chitin and chitosan is reflected by a series of International Chitin Conferences and the published proceedings OCCURRENCEANDRESOURCES Chitin occurs as a structural component of the exoskeleton of insects and crustacea aswell as in thecell wallof yeasts and fungi whereits relative amounts are in the range of to 60%.
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