By E. J. W. Verwey

This chemistry vintage bargains a very good, hugely correct account of the steadiness of lyophobic colloids and suspensions and develops a quantitative thought at the topic. significant subject matters include the idea of a unmarried double layer (with issues of the distribution of the electrical cost)

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14 (A) Single-wall carbon nanotubes wrapped by glycoconjugate polymer with bioactive sugars. (B) Modification of carboxyl-functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes with biocompatible, water-soluble phosphorylcholine and sugar-based polymers. (A) adapted from [195] with permission from Elsevier, and (B) from [35] reproduced by permission of Wiley-VCH. An illustrative example of carbohydrate–protein recognition has been reported by Chen and coworkers [192] using a C18-mucin mimic polymer that interacts hydrophobically with SWCNTs.

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