Packaging

Packaging

What field about packaging?

Research Packaging technology & Materials about edible film, biodegradalble film, active packaging, and improve the film's properties.

Edible film/capsule

Edible(biodegradable) film

→ to solve the environmental problems

Edible film capsule

→to get a more effective drug delivery

Active packaging

To enhance the performance of the package system like anti-microbial properties

(eg. Using ZnO or Essential oil.)

Barrier properties

To improve barrier properties

(eg. Improve OTR, WVTR using Nanoclay)

Publication

  • Kinetic and thermodynamic studies of silver migration from nanocomposites. J FOOD ENG. 243, 1-8 (2019)

  • Effect of halloysite nanoclay on the physical, mechanical, and antioxidant properties of chitosan films incorporated with clove essential oil. FOOD HYDROCOLLOID. 84, 58-67 (2018)

  • Influence of food with high moisture content on oxygen barrier property of polyvinyl alcohol (PVA)/vermiculite nanocomposite coated multilayer packaging film. J FOOD SCI. 83, 349-357 (2018)

  • Preparation of halloysite nanotubes coated with Eudragit for a controlled release of thyme essential oil. J APPL POLYM SCI. 132, 42771 (2015)

  • Factors influencing the physicochemical characteristics of cationic polymer-coated liposomes prepared by high-pressure homogenization. COLLOID SURFACE A. 454, 8–15 (2014)

  • Mechanical and barrier properties of poly (lactic acid) films coated by nanoclay–ink composition. Journal of applied polymer science 127.5 (2013): 3823-3829.

  • Zinc migration and its effect on the functionality of a low density polyethylene-ZnO nanocomposite film. Food Packaging and Shelf Life 20 (2019): 100301.

  • Chung, S. K., et al. "Barrier property and penetration traces in packaging films against Plodia interpunctella (Hübner) larvae and Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) adults." Journal of stored products research 47.2 (2011): 101-105.