Self-organization of a water-soluble chitosan derivative, chitosan succinamide sodium salt, in the presence of colloidal particles of silver iodide sol was studied. The polymer–colloid disperse system formed is essentially a polymer–inorganic nanocomposite in which chitosan succinamide macromolecules act as a stabilizer of inorganic nanoparticles. The reaction of the system components leads to the formation of a network of intermolecular contacts whose nodes are colloidal particles of silver iodide sol, on which the polymer chains are specifically adsorbed. The chitosan succinamide–silver iodide sol ultradisperse systems exert a stabilizing effect on erythrocyte membranes.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 15, 2015
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