Polymer Science, Series D

, Volume 12, Issue 1, pp 96–99 | Cite as

Gel-Forming Compounds on the Basis of Derivatives of (Co)Polymers of N-Vinyl Succinimide and Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) as Biofunctional Sorbents

  • L. I. Shal’nova
  • N. A. LavrovEmail author


A polymeric compound of poly(N-vinyl succinamic acid) and poly(vinyl alcohol) is obtained by conducting the polymerization of N-vinyl succinimide and reactions in the chains of its polymer in the presence of poly(vinyl alcohol). The possibility for the intermolecular acetalization and structuring of the (co)polymers of vinyl alcohol containing ionic units of N-vinyl succinamic acid with the use of glutaric aldehyde is determined. The swelling and moisture absorption of the structured (co)polymers and their ability to sorb low-molecular-weight biologically active substances with their prolonged release is studied.


polymerization N-vinyl succinimide reactions in polymer chains polymeric compound poly(N-vinyl succinamic acid) poly(vinyl alcohol) structured (co)polymers 



This work was performed within the framework of a state order from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, 11.5362.2017/8.9.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.St. Petersburg State Technological Institute (Technical University)St. PetersburgRussia

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