619 Charged and Ion-Containing Polymers

Thursday, November 20, 2014: 8:30 AM
International 7 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
Submissions are invited concerning preparation, properties, engineering fundamentals, simulation and modeling, and novel applications of macromolecules and polymeric materials that are charged or contain ionic species. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, ionic polymers and gels, biopolymers, and stimuli-responsive materials. ***Note to faculty candidates: please include a note to the session chair during submission to alert them to your status***


Daeyeon Lee
Email: daeyeon@seas.upenn.edu

Chinedum Osuji
Email: chinedum.osuji@yale.edu

9:00 AM
(619b) pH-Mediated Control over Polyelectrolyte Complex Shape and Internal Structure
Udaka K. de Silva, Njideka H. Okoye, Bernard E. Weik, Justin A. Wengatz and Yakov Lapitsky

9:15 AM
(619c) Interfacial Properties of Polyelectrolyte Coacervates
Jian Qin, Kyle Hoffmann, Matthew V. Tirrell and Juan J. de Pablo

9:45 AM
(619e) Coacervate Driven Assemblies Using α-Helical Polypeptides
Dimitrios Priftis, Lorraine Leon, Ziyuan Song, Sarah L. Perry, Khatcher O. Margossian, Anna Tropnikova, Jianjun Cheng and Matthew Tirrell

10:00 AM
(619f) Segmented Imidazolium Ionenes: Solution Rheology, Thermomechanical Properties, and Electrospinning
Matthew D. Green, Christian Schreiner, Matthew T. Hunley and Timothy E. Long

10:15 AM
(619g) Ion and Cooperativity Effects in Complex Coacervate Structure
Charles Sing, Sarah L. Perry, Matthew Tirrell and Monica Olvera de la Cruz
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