Works (3)

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2017 journal article

Salt Responsive Morphologies of ssDNA-Based Triblock Polyelectrolytes in Semi-Dilute Regime: Effect of Volume Fractions and Polyelectrolyte Length

Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 38(20), 1700422.

Contributors: N. Li n, H. Kuang*, W. Fuss n, S. Zauscher*, E. Kokkoli* & Y. Yingling n

author keywords: block copolymers; dissipative particle dynamics simulations; polyelectrolytes; responsive morphology; self-assembly; ssDNA
MeSH headings : Cryoelectron Microscopy; DNA, Single-Stranded / chemistry; Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Interactions; Micelles; Osmolar Concentration; Polyelectrolytes / chemistry; Sodium Chloride / chemistry; Solvents / chemistry
TL;DR: Insight is provided into the network morphology and its changes by calculating the aggregation number, number of hydrophobic cores, and percentage of bridge chains in the network by utilizing an implicit solvent ionic strength method for dissipative particle dynamics simulations. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

2015 journal article

An Implicit Solvent Ionic Strength (ISIS) Method to Model Polyelectrolyte Systems with Dissipative Particle Dynamics

MACROMOLECULAR THEORY AND SIMULATIONS, 24(1), 7–12.

By: N. Li n, W. Fuss n & Y. Yingling n

Contributors: Y. Yingling n, W. Fuss n & N. Li n

author keywords: block copolymer; dissipative particle dynamics; polyelectrolyte; solvent ionic strength; self-assembly
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Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID
Added: August 6, 2018

2015 journal article

Prediction of solvent-induced morphological changes of polyelectrolyte diblock copolymer micelles

SOFT MATTER, 11(42), 8236–8245.

By: N. Li n, W. Fuss n, L. Tang*, R. Gu*, A. Chilkoti*, S. Zauscher*, Y. Yingling n

Contributors: N. Li n, W. Fuss n, L. Tang*, R. Gu*, A. Chilkoti*, S. Zauscher*, Y. Yingling n

MeSH headings : Computer Simulation; DNA, Single-Stranded / chemistry; Electrolytes / chemistry; Micelles; Models, Chemical; Polymers / chemistry; Solvents / chemistry
TL;DR: Overall, this work was able to predict the salt-responsive morphology of polyelectrolyte materials in aqueous solution and show that a spherical-cylindrical-lamellar change in morphology can be obtained through an increase in solvent ionic strength or a decrease of poly Electrolyte length. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID
Added: August 6, 2018

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