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polyelectrolyte

(pol-ē-ĕ-lek-trō-līt),
Multply-charged polymers, of potential usefulness, in biolubrication of flexible prostheses.

polyelectrolyte

[pol′ē·ilek′trəlīt]
Etymology: Gk, polys + elektron, amber, lytos, soluble
a substance with many charged or potentially charged groups.
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The pH-values of the polyelectrolyte solutions were those of the starting solutions.
Accordingly, PAH/PAA polyelectrolyte was deposited on both sides of the glass substrate.
Alhydrogel (360 [micro]l) was added drop wise to a solution of the polyelectrolyte (40 [micro]l) upon vortexing and the system incubated for 10 min.
Schmitt, New Nanocomposite Films for Biosensors: Layer-by-Layer Adsorbed Films of Polyelectrolytes, Proteins or DNA.
We have shown that a cationic polyelectrolyte that does not adsorb on a positively charged colloidal particle is nevertheless able to bridge the particle to a negative surface.
Fabrication of distinct subpopulations of beads was achieved by incorporation of fluorescently labeled polyelectrolytes.
She aims to make a new type of solar cell by layering arrays of nanoscale semiconductor particles, called quantum dots, with polyelectrolytes.
8 Association Of Polyelectrolytes To Surfactants And Supramolecular Assemblies: Competitive Role Of Chain Rigidity And Assembly Stability
According to the development requirement, the thin film nanofibrous composite (TFNC) membranes, containing nanofibrous substrate and polyelectrolytes separation layer (assembled by layer-by-layer), has a promising potential in heavy metal removal.
A unique combination of physical properties and their recent role as key elements in emerging technologies have brought conjugated polyelectrolytes to the attention of scientists.
2, on soft matter and biophysics, follows the same scheme, with essays on the n = 0 discovery, polyelectrolytes, and polymers in confined geometries, among other topics.