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4, 76-8 (1950). , Proc. Lmnean Soc. N. S. Wales, 1904, 217. Trease, G. , "Textbook of Pharmacognosy," Baltimore, Wm. Wood, 1936. , 1947. U . S. Pharmacopeia XIV, p. 631. RECEIVED for review October 25, 1952. Accepted February 2, 1953. In NATURAL PLANT HYDROCOLLOIDS; Advances in Chemistry; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1954. ADVANCES IN CHEMISTRY SERIES 44 DISCUSSION Question. What is the relative importance of the soluble and insoluble portions of tragacanth as an emulsifier? Mr. Beach.
It is one of the hydrophilic colloids and with water it forms a thick viscous liquid. Actually, tragacanth is not a completely soluble gum. It consists of two parts or fractions, one of which, called tragacanthin or tragacanthic acid, makes up about 30 to 40% of the whole. This part dissolves in water to give a colloidal hydrosol. The other 38 In NATURAL PLANT HYDROCOLLOIDS; Advances in Chemistry; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1954. BEACH—TRACACANTH 39 fraction, called bassorin, is insoluble but swells in contact with water to form a gel.
10) Thrun, W . , Ind. Eng. , 27, 1218 (1935). , and Flück, H . , Pharm. , 3, 151 (1928). RECEIVED for review November 17, 1952. Accepted A p r i l 29, 1954. DISCUSSION Question. If it is not possible to get a true solution of karaya, how is it possible to measure the viscosity and have the results mean anything by rotational methods? Mr. Goldstein. In the commercial use of karaya the gum is designed to fulfill a specific purpose. If a manufacturer of a salad dressing wants a thickening of his product he adds karaya and measures viscosity, usually by a pipet method.
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