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The diffusion translational coefficient Dt of core particles in monodisperse solutions has been measured by the quasielastic light scattering method in a large scale of salinities over the range 6.10(-4) to 2M Na+ or K+. The observed values of DT are independent of particle concentration in the range 0.1-2 mg/ml and do not vary with the scattering vector q(More)
The physiological importance of heparin is due to its strong interaction with bivalent counterions, especially Ca2+. A diffusional approach of this property is presented in this article: the observable is the self-diffusion coefficient of the counterions, as a function of the ratio of the polyelectrolyte over the added salt concentrations. All the results(More)
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