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Influence of the Degree of Ionization and Molecular Mass of Weak Polyelectrolytes on Charging and Stability Behavior of Oppositely Charged Colloidal Particles

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Szilágyi, István
Hierrezuelo, José
Published in Langmuir. 2011, vol. 27, no. 15, p. 9270-9276
Abstract Positively charged amidine latex particles are studied in the presence of poly(acrylic acid) (PAA) with different molecular masses under neutral and acidic conditions by electrophoresis and time-resolved dynamic light scattering. Under neutral conditions, where PAA is highly charged, the system is governed by the charge reversal induced by the quantitatively adsorbing polyelectrolyte and attractive patch–charge interactions. Under acidic conditions, where PAA is more weakly charged, the following two effects come into play. First, the lateral structure of the adsorbed layers becomes more homogeneous, which weakens the attractive patch–charge interactions. Second, polyelectrolyte adsorption is no longer quantitative and partitioning into the solution phase is observed, especially for PAA of low molecular mass.
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SADEGHPOUR DILMAGHANI, Amin et al. Influence of the Degree of Ionization and Molecular Mass of Weak Polyelectrolytes on Charging and Stability Behavior of Oppositely Charged Colloidal Particles. In: Langmuir, 2011, vol. 27, n° 15, p. 9270-9276. doi: 10.1021/la201968b https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:144637

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