Exchange kinetics of complex coacervates core micelles

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Coacervates have been studied for a long time for their unusual properties: they are dense networks of charged polymers that are soluble in water. Instead of flocculating when exposed to high salt concentrations, they dissolve. They are fully permeable to water, yet they are capable of strongly binding heavy metals or large (bio-)molecules , making them useful for wastewater purification, coatings, and as drug carriers. By modifying them to form micelles, the micelle cores become...
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