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Oppositely Charged Polyelectrolytes Form Tough, Self-healing, And Rebuildable Hydrogels.
F. Luo, Tao Sun, T. Nakajima, Takayuki Kurokawa, Y. Zhao, K. Sato, Abu Bin Ihsan, X. Li, Honglei Guo, J. Gong
Published 2015 · Materials Science, Medicine
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A series of tough polyion complex hydrogels is synthesized by sequential homopolymerization of cationic and anionic monomers. Owing to the reversible interpolymer ionic bonding, the materials are self-healable under ambient conditions with the aid of saline solution. Furthermore, self-glued bulk hydrogels can be built from their microgels, which is promising for 3D/4D printing and the additive manufacturing of hydrogels.
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