Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 27, Issue 5, pp 369–373 | Cite as

Interpolymer reaction between antimicrobial polycation and polyanions grafted to cellulose fibre

  • M. A. Penenzhik
  • I. S. Ryshkina
  • A. D. Virnik
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Abstract

The characteristics and features of the interpolymer reaction (IPR) between a polymeric antimicrobial substance (AS) containing basic groups — poly-1,2-dimethyl-5-vinylpyridinium methylsulfate (PDMVPMS), and graft copolymers of cellulose of varying structure containing acid groups (C-gr-PAA-Na, C-gr-PMAA-Na, C-gr-PSSA-Na) were established. It was found that with a high bath modulus, IPR takes place for a long time; the structure of the polyanion chain grafted to the cellulose and the presence of “cross-links” in the graft chains affect the kinetics of IPR and the composition of the polyelectrolyte complexes (PEC) formed. It was shown that the characteristics of the IPR investigated differ significantly from the characteristics of IPR with the participation of polymethyldiallylammonium chloride (PDAC), another antimicrobial polycation containing a quaternary ammonium group, and the same graft polyanions.

Keywords

Polymer Chloride Ammonium Cellulose Acid Group 

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  • M. A. Penenzhik
  • I. S. Ryshkina
  • A. D. Virnik

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