Polymer particle adsorption at textile/liquid interfaces: a simple approach for a new functionalization route

Abstract : The adsorption of amino-functionalized poly(methyl methacrylate) particles prepared by emulsion polymerization onto polyamide/elastane fibres was investigated. The influence of several physicochemical parameters (pH, ionic strength) on the colloidal stability and surface properties of the cationic latex particles was first examined. Then, particle adsorption was studied as a function of particle concentration, particle size, time, pH and salinity. The results obtained demonstrated that the adsorption process was mainly governed by electrostatic interactions and the adsorption isotherms were analysed on the basis of a Langmuir model. Finally, the effect of washing steps on the adsorbed particles was investigated. The results obtained indicated strong interactions between particles and textile fibres.
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Polymer International, Wiley, 2012, 61 (7), pp.1127-1135. 〈10.1002/pi.4190〉
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Lionel Ripoll, Claire Bordes, Pédro Marotte, Sabrina Etheve, Abdelhamid Elaissari, et al.. Polymer particle adsorption at textile/liquid interfaces: a simple approach for a new functionalization route. Polymer International, Wiley, 2012, 61 (7), pp.1127-1135. 〈10.1002/pi.4190〉. 〈hal-00877354〉

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