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Monovalent and divalent cation effects on phase transitions of iota-carrageenan
(SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD, 2007-01)
Phase transitions Of L-carrageenan in a variety of monovalent (Li, Na, K) and divalent (Mg, Ca, Sr) cation solutions were studied during heating and cooling by using photon transmission technique. Photon transmission ...
Small molecule diffusion into swelling Iota-Carrageenan gels: A fluorescence study
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2007-04)
Small molecule diffusion into Iota-Carrageenan gel was studied by using steady-state fluorescence (SSF) technique. Pyranine, dissolved in water was used as fluorescence probe. Fluorescence emission intensity, I-p, and ...
Small molecule sorption and desorption in and out of iota-carrageenan gels
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2007-08)
Small molecule sorption and desorption in and out of Iota-Carrageenan was studied by using steady-state fluorescence (SSF) technique. Pyranine dissolved in water used as fluorescence probe. Fluorescence emission intensity, ...
Reversible film formation from nano-sized PNIPAM particles below glass transition
Reversible film formation process from nano-sized Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (PNIPAM) microgel particles were studied during heating-cooling cycles at various rates. Photon transmission technique was used and transmitted ...
Film formation from TiO2-polystyrene latex composite: a fluorescence study
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2007)
This work reports the use of the steady state fluorescence (SSF) technique for studying film formation from TiO2 covered polystyrene (PS) latex particles. The composite films were prepared from pyrene (P)-labeled PS particles ...