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|Title:||Solvation of N-based cationic polyelectrolytes : Viscosity studies in propylene carbonate and sulpholane|
Prasad, B B
|Abstract:||Viscosities of a few cationic polyelectrolytes possessing N-alkyl/N-acyl ammonium and 2,5-thiophenylene linkages in their respective repeating units of the chain (mol. wt. 1154-3815) have been studied in two dipolar aprotic solvents, viz. propylene carbonate (PC) and sulpholane. The results are treated on the basis of Fuoss-Strauss equation. The intrinsic viscosities obtained from Fuoss-Strauss equation, in conjunction with the derived parameters such as characteristic ratio (C∞), maximum cross-dimension (), root mean square end-to-end distance (< Rg2 >1/2) and plane projection distance (P) are invoked to comprehend polycationic hydrodynamic models in both solvents.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.39A(05) [May 2000]|
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