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polyelectrolytes

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  • noun Plural form of polyelectrolyte.

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  • In most cases, these additional substances will be 'polyelectrolytes'.

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  • Colloidal matter has to be destabilised by coagulants, such as aluminium sulphate or ferrous sulphate, possibly in combination with lime dosage for pH adjustment and polymers or polyelectrolytes to improve flocculation.

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  • Crease positions are directed by topographic features on the underlying substrate, and are translated into two-dimensional micrometre-scale surface chemical patterns through selective deposition of biochemically functionalized polyelectrolytes.

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  • The aim of the funded young researcher is to assess how and how much the twofold confinement - steric and electrostatic - alters the dynamics of small ions and polyelectrolytes of various lengths (e.g. polyacrylate, polymaleate).

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  • The researchers said that the unique properties of biopolymers, such as peptides or polyelectrolytes, fluctuate in solution before resting in a stable configuration on a surface.

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  • The researchers said that the unique properties of biopolymers, such as peptides or polyelectrolytes, fluctuate in solution before resting in a stable configuration on a surface.

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  • So that implosion (khohlov) is not directly correlated to the drastic compression of dna but it is involved as well. dna shows this compacting aided by nucleosome when the environment is suited for this super compression to occur and the conformation of dna is turned into elongated cigar shapes - much alike the resulting imploded polyelectrolytes (but then dna is that as well).

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  • The researchers proposed that the phenomenon is due to the unique properties of bio-polymers, such as peptides or polyelectrolytes, which fluctuate in solution before resting in a stable configuration on a surface.

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  • Chris, one aspect is - but still under investigation the compacting of polyelectrolytes when interacting with heavy metals because the resulting product is nearly granular - more so then expected.

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  • The researchers said that the unique properties of biopolymers, such as peptides or polyelectrolytes, fluctuate in solution before resting in a stable configuration on a surface.

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