Polyelectrolyte multilayering on a charged sphere

@article{Messina2003PolyelectrolyteMO,
  title={Polyelectrolyte multilayering on a charged sphere},
  author={R. Messina and C. Holm and K. Kremer},
  journal={Langmuir},
  year={2003},
  volume={19},
  pages={4473-4482}
}
The adsorption of highly oppositely charged flexible polyelectrolytes on a charged sphere is investigated by means of Monte Carlo simulations in a fashion which resembles the layer-by-layer deposition technique introduced by Decher. Electroneutrality is ensured at each step by the presence of monovalent counterions (anions and cations). We study in detail the structure of the equilibrium complex. Our investigations of the first few layer formations strongly suggest that multilayering on a… Expand
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