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Removal of Pb 2 + from aqueous solution by P ( HEA / IA ) hydrogels
A series of poly(2-hydroxyethyl acrylate–co-itaconic acid), P(HEA/IA), hydrogels with different HEA/IA ratio, were synthesized using free radical crosslinking/copolymerization and investigated as
Removal of Pb2+ ions from aqueous solution by P(HEA/IA) hydrogels
A series of poly(2-hydroxyethyl acrylate-co-itaconic acid), P(HEA/IA), hydrogels with different HEA/IA ratio, were synthesized using free radical crosslinking/copolymerization and investigated as
Oxaprozin/poly(2-hydroxyethyl acrylate/itaconic acid) hydrogels: morphological, thermal, swelling, drug release and antibacterial properties
TLDR
Results of this study indicate that these “smart” hydrogels, with specific morphology, surface charge, swelling capacity, drug loading efficiency and release behavior, could be designed to obtain an enhanced and site-specific controlled drug release system by simply adjusting their composition.
pH-sensitive hydrogels based on (meth)acrylates and itaconic acid
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Results obtained indicate that P(HEMA/IA/PAGM) hydrogel properties were significantly dependent on the PAGM component, meaning that the type of side chains can be used to tune the characteristics of such biomaterials.
Diffusion of drugs in hydrogels based on (meth)acrylates, poly(alkylene glycol) (meth)acrylates and itaconic acid
TLDR
The diffusion coefficient of drugs and the restriction coefficient, λ, defined as the ratio of solute to “pore” radius that describes the ease of drug release from the gels, were used as factors that govern the release process.
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