Handbook of polyelectrolytes and their applications
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The charge on a polyelectrolyte is a function of the solution applications conditions.
As the magnitude of the charge on the chain increases, it becomes progressively more difficult to remove the next ion.
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You are using a web browser we do not support.Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics, extract, although the importance of the polyelectrolyte character of DNA has been recognized for some time (Felsenfeld Miles 1967 few of the implications have been explored, primarily because of a lag in translating the breakthroughs in polyelectrolyte theory of the last decade.Total number of html views:.Abstract views, abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page.Polyelectrolytes are polymer chains with an electrolyte group on -ghost every repeat unit.Please wait while we load your content.Views captured on Cambridge Core handbook between date.Perhaps an analogous situation existed in the field of protein chemistry during the period after the formulation and confirmation of the DebyeHückel theory of ionic solutions but before Scatchard's incorporation of the theory into his analysis of the binding properties of proteins.In addition to synthetic polymers, the topic of this note, polyeletrolytes include biologically important molecules such as polypeptides and DNA.This phenomenon is known as counterion condensation.Linked existing covers to the edition.Inital record indo created, from an m record.Donate 1 edition of, handbook of Polyelectrolytes and Their Applications found in the catalog.These polymers are charged when dissolved in a polar solvent due to dissociation of small counterions that leave behind east a charged macro ion.