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Methacrylates Copolymers - Wiley Online Library

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Amphiphilic copolymers of dimethyl aminoethyl methacrylate and methyl methacrylate with controlled hydrophilicity for antialgal activity

Biofouling as a result of algae mass add-on has detrimental effects on the performance and economic climate of many manufacturing processes. algae on the manufactured copolymers of different surface energies was ascertained by gauging chlorophyll A content and percent attachment of algae. Algal adhesion on the surface area of materials was also observed by optical microscopy. The copolymers with greater concentration of DMAEMA caused higher hydrophilicity which exhibited reduced bond of Dictyosphaerium algae as a result of opportunity of stronger hydration impact and wettability as apparent from their lower water contact angle.

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