[(Polyelectrolyte Gels: Properties, Preparation and by Ronald S. Harland and Robert K. Prud'homme (Eds.)

By Ronald S. Harland and Robert K. Prud'homme (Eds.)

content material: part transitions of gels / Toyoichi Tanaka --
Heterophase synthesis of acrylic water-soluble polymers / D. Hunkeler and A.E. Hamielec --
constitution and homes of surfactant-bridged viscoelastic hydrogels / Abdulkadir J. Dualeh and Carol A. Steiner --
Characterization of polyelectrolytes / D. Hunkeler, X.Y. Wu, and A.E. Hamielec --
Polyethylene movie acrylic acid grafted via electron-beam preirradiation process : houses of grafted fabrics / J. Harada, R.T. Chern, and V.T. Stannett --
courting among poly(acrylic acid) gel constitution and synthesis / Yu-Ling Yin, Robert okay. Prud'homme, and Fredrick Stanley --
Hyaluronic acid gels / Chirag B. Shah and Stanley M. Barnett --
Hydrophobic polyelectrolytes : influence of hydrophobicity on buffering and colloid osmotic strain / Ronald A. Siegel and Jose M. Cornejo-Bravo --
Gel structural heterogeneity, gel permeability, and mechanical reaction / A. Silberberg --
Swelling habit and elastic houses of ionic hydrogels / W. Oppermann --
Complexation of polymeric acids with polymeric bases / A.B. Scranton, J. Klier, and C.L. Aronson --
tracking polyelectrolyte mobility via gel electrophoresis / Evangelia Arvanitidou, David Hoagland, and David Smisek --
relocating ion trade fronts in polyelectrolyte gels / Stevin H. Gehrke, Gaurav Agrawal, and Ming-Chien Yang --
improvement of electrochemical sensors for hydrogen, oxygen, and water utilizing perfluorosulfonic acid membranes / David R. Morris, Xiadong solar, and Lietai Yang --
Polyvinylpyrrolidone-grafted silica resin : promising packing fabric for size-exclusion chromatography of water-soluble polymers / Yoram Cohen and Patricia Eisenberg --
Polyanionic polymers in bio- and mucoadhesive drug supply / Sau-Hung S. Leung and Joseph R. Robinson --
pH-sensitive hydrogels : features and capability in drug supply / Helle Brøndsted and Jindřich Kopeček.

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Typical of polyelectrolytes, the solution behavior of polyacrylamide-co-sodium acrylate has several peculiarities. For example, the intrinsic viscosity, radius of gyration, and second virial coefficient all show maximums at 50-70 percent acrylate levels (5,6). The maximum is due to a combination of electrostatic repulsion and intramolecular hydrogen bonding, the latter diminishing as the amide groups are hydrolyzed. The viscosity also reaches a limit at a degree of neutralization of approximately sixty percent.

The preceeding evidence is strong support for the oligoradical nucleation postulate. The elucidation of monomolecular termination with emulsifier or the "reactive interface" is significant in two regards; it explains the kinetic observations of four independent laboratories who have reported a first order dependence of the polymerization rate on initiator concentration (Table 1) and has practical applications. For example, the kinetic model predicts that the linear molecular weight of a polymer can be increased up to 100% without reducing the latex stability by appropriately selecting the interfacial recipe.

A quaternary ammonium monomer. In Figure 8 the measured composition drift for an inverse-microsuspension copolymerization of acrylamide and dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate is compared with predictions based on reactivity ratios measured in solution polymerization. The data lie within the 95% confidence envelope, and we can conclude that inverse-microsuspension and solution polymerization are kinetically equivalent with respect to propagation. These data supports the hypothesis of nucleation and polymerization in monomer droplets.

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