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References 1. H. Dautzenberg, W. Jaeger, J. Kotz, B. Philipp, C. Seidel, D. Stscherbina. Polyelectrolytes. Formation, Characterization and Application, Hanser, Munich (1994). 2. doi:10.1351/pac197126030327 , A. Katchalsky. Pure Appl. Chem. 26, 327 (1971). 3. Z. Alexandrowicz, A. Katchalsky. J. Polym. Sci., Part A 1, 3231 (1963). 4. D. Dolar. In Polyelectrolytes, E. Selegnyi (Ed.), pp. 97-113, D. Reidel, Dordrecht (1974). 5. doi:10.1021/ma991763d , C. Wandrey, D. Hunkeler, U. Wendler, W. Jaeger. Macromolecules 33, 7136 (2000). 6. U. P. Strauss. In Polyelectrolytes

e-Polymers 2007, no. 030 http://www.e-polymers.org ISSN 1618-7229 Zwitterionic Polyelectrolytes: A Review Paresh Kumar Singh,1 Vinay Kumar Singh1 and Meenakshi Singh2* 1Department of Chemistry, U.P.A.College, Varanasi-221002, India 2Department of Chemistry, Mahila MahaVidyalaya, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221005, India, meenakshi_s4@rediffmail.com (Received: 12 October, 2006; published: 9 March, 2007) Abstract: Recent progress in the field of zwitterionic polyelectrolytes is reviewed. This class of polyelectrolytes is only five

Polyelectrolyte adsorption: A picture of the landscape M . A . Cohen Stuart, Dept. of Physical and Colloid Chemistry, Wageningen Agricultural University, The Netherlands Keywords: Polyelectrolytes, Adsorption, Electrostatics. ADDRESS OF THE AUTHOR: P.O. Box 8038, 6700 EK Wageningen, The Netherlands. During the past decade, the adsorption behaviour of uncharged polymers was successfully explored with help of the self consistent (mean) field model developed by Scheutjens and Fleer (1979,1980). Many recent, but also older data could be accounted for in a

überschreiten. M. Wagner, Stuttgart Polyelectrolyte Solutions ; a theoretical introduction. Von Stuart . Rice und Mitsuru Nagasawa mit einem Beitrag von H. Morawetz. 568 Seiten. Academic Press, New York und London 1961. Preis geb. $ 16.50. Das Gebiet der Polyelektrolyte ist einer der Zweige der physikalischen Chemie makromolekularer Stoffe, welche in den letzten 10 bis 15 Jahren eine besonders intensive Bearbeitung erfahren haben. Das kommt äußerlich im Umfange der vorliegenden Monographie, welche über 500 Seiten Text umfaßt, zum Ausdruck. Es ist ein Verdienst dieser

Z. Phys. Chem. 226 (2012) 585–596 / DOI 10.1524/zpch.2012.0261 © by Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München Complexation of Charged Colloids with Polyelectrolyte Stars By Arben Jusufi1,∗, Martin Konieczny2, and Christos N. Likos3 1 Department of Chemistry, College of Staten Island – The City University of New York, 2800 Victory Boulevard, NY 10314, New York, USA 2 The Boston Consulting Group, Bockenheimer Landstrasse 47, 60325 Frankfurt, Germany 3 Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna, Boltzmanngasse 5, 1090 Wien, Austria Dedicated to Matthias Ballauff on the

REFERENCES 1. Edzwald J., Perntsky D., Paramenter W.: Polyaluminum coagulants for drinking water treatment, chemistry and selection, Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment VI Berlin 2000. 2. Gonczarow T.O., Kołosow I. W., Kaplin W.: O formach nachorzdjenija metallow w powjerchnostnych wodach , Gidrometeoizdat, 77 (1982) 73-89. 3. Kam S.K., Gregory J.: The interaction of humic substances with polyelectrolytes , Water Research, 2001(15) 3557-3566. 4. Kam S.K., Gregory J.: Reply to comment on the interaction of humic substances with cationic polyelectrolytes

Interaction and adsorption of polyelectrolytes on mica Mats A.C. Dahlgren and Per M. Claesson, Dept. of Physical Chemistry, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, and Institute for Surface Chemistry, Stockholm, Sweden Roland Audebert, Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie MacromolCculaire, UniversitC Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France Keywords: Polyelectrolytes, Surface force, Adsorption, De- sorption, Bridging, Steric force, van der Waals interaction, Electrostatic interaction, Mica. fH2-8:d NH2 f"-?" fi.f5 ? N H SUMMARY: Interaction and adsorption

1 Introduction Conjugated polyelectrolytes (CPEs) which are a kind of conjugated polymers with water soluble ionic groups have received considerable interests in the past decades. Their ionized side-chain groups make CPEs have excellent solubility in water and other polar solvents. CPEs are a versatile class of materials that have been applied in a variety of photoelectric devices including polymer light-emitting diodes (PLEDs) ( 1 ), photovoltaic cells ( 2 ) and chemical and biological sensors ( 3 , 4 ). In particular, the chemical structure of CPEs offers

consist of all the molecules that can be secreted in the cell culture medium such as peptides, proteins, amino acids, miRNAs, DNA, RNA. The analysis profile of these secretions makes it possible to obtain the secretome, that is to say the qualitative and quantitative profile of the secretory components. Materials and Methods Nanostructured membrane to support cell growth The membrane was formed using a layer-by-layer process that utilised the polyelectrolytes poly-sodium 4-styrenesulphonate (PSS) and poly-allylamine hydrochloride (PAH) ( 10 ). The optimisation of this

Z. Phys. Chem. 223 (2009) 1171–1185 . DOI 10.1524.zpch.2009.6072 © by Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München Ion Dynamics in Solid Polyelectrolyte Materials By Cornelia Cramer1,*, Yahya Akgöl1, Árpád Imre1,2, Amthra Bhide1, and Monika Schönhoff1 1 Institut für Physikalische Chemie and Sonderforschungsbereich 458, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Corrensstraße 28.30, 48149 Münster, Germany 2 Robert Bosch GmbH, P.O. Box 30 02 40, 70442 Stuttgart, Germany Dedicated to Prof. Dr. Klaus Funke on the occasion of his 65th birthday. (Received June 26, 2009; accepted