2 edition of Polyelectrolyte solutions found in the catalog.
Stuart A. Rice
1961 by Academic P .
Written in English
|Statement||[by S.A. Rice and M. Nagasawa].|
|Series||Molecular biology -- vol.2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||568|
Industrial uses of polyelectrolyte layers[ edit ] Polyelectrolytes can be applied to multiple types of surfaces due to the variety of ionic polymers Polyelectrolyte solutions book. In comparison with the growing technical importance of such complex ionic systems, the fundamental academic research in this area has hardly started yet. Many soapsshampoosand cosmetics incorporate polyelectrolytes. Poor solvent[ edit ] In a poor solvent, the solvent molecules interact poorly or unfavorably with the charged portions of the polyelectrolyte. Wiley, Hoboken Google Scholar 2. Dubas, S.
Based on origin they are classified as natural polyelectrolytes, synthetic polyelectrolytes and chemically modified biopolymers. Klooster, N. Ms Sci thesis. LbL films can also be constructed by substituting charged species such as nanoparticles or clay platelets  in place of or in addition to one of the polyelectrolytes. Academic Press, London Google Scholar
Academic Press, London Google Scholar Recent decades witnessed the appearance of polymers that respond in some desired way to changes in temperature, pH, electric or magnetic field. They can also be used to impart a surface charge to neutral particles, enabling them to be dispersed in aqueous solution. Biomaterials 28, CrossRef Google Scholar Noguchi, H. Springer, Berlin Google Scholar
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This leads to a much more clumped and dense polymer deposited onto the surface. Ampholytic polymer: Polyelectrolyte composed of macromolecules containing both cationic and anionic groups, or corresponding ionizable group. Bridging[ edit ] If polyelectrolyte chains are added to a system of charged macroions i.
Stillinger F, Lovett R ScienceCrossRef Google Scholar Interpolyelectrolyte complexes combine unique physicochemical properties with high biocompatibility.
Morawetz M Macromolecules 32, — CrossRef Google Scholar Michaeli, I. Schmitz KS Macroions Polyelectrolyte solutions book solution and colloid suspension. Shen, L. In addition, many other functional groups can be easily incorporated, which allows for crosslinking and tailoring the physical and mechanical properties.
Persistence length of the polymer chain should be one of the critical parameters, since it determines the chain's ability to wrap around the nanotube. Fadhillah, F. The formation is measured using Multi-Parametric Surface Plasmon Resonance to determine adsorption kinetics, layer thickness and optical density.
Langmuir 17 11— CrossRef Google Scholar This occurs because the oppositely-charged polymers attract one another and bind together. The theory that was developed for solutions of low-molecular-weight electrolytes is not valid for polyelectrolyte solutions. In: Schmidt, M.
Nagasaw M, Takahashi A Record, M. Polyelectrolyte solutions book avoids the use of chemical cross linking agents, thereby reducing the possible toxicity Polyelectrolyte solutions book other undesirable effects of the reagents.
Allahyarov, E. Narambuena, C. Jomaa, H. This is due to the screening the solvent molecules perform between the charged repeat units of the polyelectrolyte, decreasing the electrostatic repulsion the polymer chain experiences.
Their solubility is driven by the electrostatic interactions between water and the charged monomer. Noguchi, H. Polyelectrolytes General Properties Polyelectrolytes are polymers with dissociating groups in their repeat units. Cooper, C. Faraday Soc Keywords: Polyelectrolyte complex, polymer, drug delivery, polyion, electrostatic interaction Current state of art is witnessing a revolution in new techniques for drug delivery.The book provides the reader with current developments of theoretical models describing the thermodynamics polyelectrolytes as well as experimental findings.
A particular emphasis is put on the rheological description of polyelectrolyte solutions and hydrogels. Browse book content.
About the book. Search in this book. Search in this book. Browse content Table of contents. Select all Front Matter. Full text access. Front Matter Polyelectrolyte Solutions. Book chapter Full text access. CHAPTER 7 - Polyelectrolyte Solutions.
Pages Select CHAPTER 8 - Colloids. Book chapter Full text access. Kinetics of layer formation. Models for the Polyelectrolyte solutions book behavior of polyelectrolytes in solution to a solid surface are extremely situational.
Vastly different behaviors are Polyelectrolyte solutions book based on varying polyelectrolyte character and concentration, ionic strength of the solution, solid surface character, and pH, among several other factors.Pdf physical properties of polyelectrolyte solutions are usually strongly affected by this degree of charging.
Since the polyelectrolyte dissociation releases counter-ions, this necessarily affects the solution's ionic strength, and therefore the Debye length.
This in turn affects other properties, such as electrical conductivity.Browse book content. About download pdf book. Search in this book. Search in this book. Browse content Table of contents. Select all Front Matter. Full text access. Front Matter Polyelectrolyte Solutions.
Book chapter Full text access. CHAPTER 7 - Polyelectrolyte Solutions. Pages Select CHAPTER 8 - Colloids. Book chapter Full text access.Employing polyions with a reduced charge density along the chain, i.e.
consisting of ebook and uncharged co-monomers, it was observed that a minimum charge density is required for polyelectrolyte adsorption. Changing the ionic strength by addition of salt can modulate the electrostatic interactions in a polyelectrolyte solution. The.