Zeta Potential of Polyelectrolytes

Particle Characterization

The zeta potential of polyethylenimine, PEI, is measured as a function of polymer concentration with the SZ-100 Nanoparticle Analyzer. Zeta potential decreases as polyelectrolyte concentration is increased due to the increasing ionic strength of the suspension and intermolecular interactions. Charged polymers, that is, polyelectrolytes can be analyzed with the SZ-100.

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Zeta Potential of Polyelectrolytes
DescriptionThe zeta potential of polyethylenimine, PEI, is measured as a function of polymer concentration with the SZ-100 Nanoparticle Analyzer. Zeta potential decreases as polyelectrolyte concentration is increased due to the increasing ionic strength of the suspension and intermolecular interactions. Charged polymers, that is, polyelectrolytes can be analyzed with the SZ-100.
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