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SourceLangmuir, 20, 21, (2004), pp. 8955-8957
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Physical Organic Chemistry
Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Physical Organic and Supramolecular Chemistry
SubjectPhysical Organic Chemistry
The isolation of single polyelectrolyte chains of water-soluble poly(isocyanodipeptide)s (PICs) bearing carboxylic acid terminated side chains occurring both at surfaces and in solution was accomplished by reducing the intermolecular interactions through complexation with cations or positively charged surfactants. Scanning force microscopy and viscosity analyses revealed that this method allows to tune the conformation of the macromolecule, which is of importance for tailoring the physicochemical properties of the material. This is particularly significant for the use of these polymer chains as seed for biomineralization processes.
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