Polyelectrolytes are water-soluble polymers that carry ionic charge along the polymer chain. Polyelectrolytes are divided into anionic and cationic groups. The properties of polyelectrolyte are similar to both families of electrolytes and polymers, and sometimes they are called polysalt. Like salts, their solutions are electrically conductive, and like polymers, their salts often have a viscous state. Polyelectrolytes that have both cationic and anionic groups are known as polyampholytes. Some examples of polyelectrolytes are pectin (polygalacturonic acid), alginates (alginic acid), and carboxymethyl cellulose, of which the last one is of natural origin.
|Grades||Cationic, anionic and non-ionic|
|Other names||Polysalts; Polymer electrolyte;|
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