Tunable Wettability by Clicking Counterions Into Polyelectrolyte Brushes

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O. Azzaroni

2006

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  • Polymer brushes have recently emerged as an extremely versatile way to modify surface properties in a robust and controlled way.
  • The introduction of responsive polymers and block copolymers in polymer‐brush systems has opened up new routes to ‘smart' surfaces with switchable surface properties.
  • The use of polyelectrolyte brushes as a supramolecular platform for the immobilization of a wide range of species, leading to a tunable wettability of substrates, is presented.
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