Polymer micelle with cross-linked ionic core

Journal of the American Chemical Society
Tatiana K BronichAlexander V Kabanov

Abstract

This work reports the design of polymer micelles with cross-linked ionic cores that display high stability. Block ionomer complexes were utilized as a micellar template for the synthesis of the cross-linked micelles. Such micelles represent hydrophilic nanospheres of core-shell morphology. The core comprises a network of the cross-linked polyanions, which is surrounded by the shell of hydrophilic PEO chains.

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