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AbstractSeveral copolymers formed by acrylamide and diallyldimethyl ammonium chloride containing different fractions of charged diallyl residues, x, were synthesized. Solution properties of linear samples of these copolymers were studied by size exclusion chromatography coupled to differential refractive index and light scattering detectors, which allowed the determination of molecular weight averages, molecular dimensions, scaling law coefficients, and unperturbed dimensions. The results weredoi:10.1515/epoly.2010.10.1.563 fatcat:qo5y2rysbjgspartsfwadsbrc4