Data of thermal degradation and dynamic mechanical properties of starch-glycerol based films with citric acid as crosslinking agent

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Interest in biodegradable edible films as packaging or coating has increased because their beneficial effects on foods. In particular, food products are highly dependents on thermal stability, integrity and transition process temperatures of the packaging. The present work describes a complete data of the thermal degradation and dynamic mechanical properties of starch-glycerol based films with citric acid (CA) as crosslinking agent described in the article titled: "Biodegradable and non-retrogradable eco-films based on starch-glycerol with citric acid as crosslinking agent" González Seligra et al. (2016) [1]. Data describes thermogravimetric and dynamical mechanical experiences and provides the figures of weight loss and loss tangent of the films as a function of the temperature.

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González Seligra, P., Medina Jaramillo, C., Famá, L., & Goyanes, S. (2016). Data of thermal degradation and dynamic mechanical properties of starch-glycerol based films with citric acid as crosslinking agent. Data in Brief, 7, 1331–1334. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2016.04.012

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