When Colloidal Particles Become Polymer Coils.

@article{Mourran2016WhenCP,
  title={When Colloidal Particles Become Polymer Coils.},
  author={Ahmed Mourran and Yaodong Wu and Rustam A Gumerov and Andrey A. Rudov and Igor I Potemkin and Andrij Pich and Martin Moeller},
  journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids},
  year={2016},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={723-30}
}
This work concerns interfacial adsorption and attachment of swollen microgel with low- to medium-level cross-linking density. Compared to colloids that form a second, dispersed phase, the suspended swollen microgel particles are ultrahigh molecular weight molecules, which are dissolved like a linear polymer, so that solvent and solute constitute only one phase. In contrast to recent literature in which microgels are treated as particles with a distinct surface, we consider solvent-solute… CONTINUE READING

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