Static Light Scattering of Polyelectrolyte Complex Solutions

  • H. Dautzenberg
  • J. Koetz
  • K.-J. Linow
  • B. Philipp
  • G. Rother

Abstract

The study of highly diluted polyelectrolyte complex (PEC) solutions by physico-chemical methods allows the assessment of the influence of the molecular characteristics of the polyelectrolyte components and of the external parameters of the systems investigated. Especially static light scattering (SLS) has been proved to provide instructive quantitative data about the course of PEC formation and the structural parameters of the generated particles. After a brief survey of the characterization of PEC solutions by SLS an improved algorithm of light scattering curve analysis for higher aggregated structures is described. Its efficiency will be demonstrated by the results of SLS studies on the complex formation between anionically and cationically modified poly(acrylamide) of high molecular weight in comparison with the information obtained by other methods.

Keywords

Migration Ethyl Filtration Bromide Titration 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Dautzenberg
  • J. Koetz
  • K.-J. Linow
  • B. Philipp
  • G. Rother

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