In chapter 2 we met two types of coacervation, the simple coacervation and the complex coacervation. The latter resembles the salt formation of inorganic chemistry. When we speak of complex-relations, we mean the electrical attraction between oppositely charged groups. Thus a complex-coacervate is a coacervate resulting from the interaction of two oppositely charged components (one at least should be a colloid). Of course, these complex relations may be present in all kinds of colloid systems (one might imagine complex sols, complex gels, complex coacervates, and so on).
KeywordsComplex Relation Negative Group Equilibrium Liquid Equivalent Weight Trivalent Cation
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