397 Charged and Ion-Containing Polymers

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Imperial A (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
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***


Lisa M. Hall
Email: hall.1004@osu.edu

Matthew D. Green
Email: mdgreen8@asu.edu

3:45 PM
(397b) Dynamics in Weakly-Ordered Oppositely-Charged Polyelectrolyte Complex Solutions
Anand Rahalkar, Guangmin Wei, Samanvaya Srivastava, Matthew V. Tirrell and Vivek M. Prabhu

4:00 PM
(397c) Ion-Containing Block Copolymers for Efficient Capture of a Chemotherapy Drug
Hee Jeung Oh, Xi Chelsea Chen, Jay Yu, Nikolaos Petzetakis, Anand Patel, Steven Hetts and Nitash P. Balsara

4:15 PM
(397d) Oligonucleotide – Peptide Complexes: Phase Control By DNA Hybridization
Jeffrey Vieregg, Michael Lueckheide, Lorraine Leon, Amanda B. Marciel and Matthew V. Tirrell

4:30 PM
(397e) Magnetic and Biocompatible Polymerized Ionic Liquids
Gabriel E. Sanoja and Rachel Segalman

5:00 PM
(397g) Sequence Effects in Coacervate-Driven Self-Assembly
Charles Sing, Mithun Radhakrishna and Tyler Lytle

5:15 PM
(397h) Effect of Charge Patterning and Polymer Architecture on Polypeptide-Based Coacervates
Li-Wei Chang, Brandon Johnston, Mithun Radhakrishna, Cameron Johnston, Jon Vélez, Rachel Letteri, Todd Emrick, Charles Sing and Sarah L. Perry

5:30 PM
(397i) Phase Behavior of Weak Polyelectrolyte Materials
Benjamin J. Sikora and Jonathan K. Whitmer
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