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Gels, Volume 3, Issue 1 (March 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Physically crosslinked polymer-based responsive hydrogels with tunable properties can be formed by [...] Read more. Physically crosslinked polymer-based responsive hydrogels with tunable properties can be formed by intermolecular polyionic complexation of oppositely charged repeating units (ion bonding). Two types of hydrogels are envisioned: (i) hydrogels formed by triblock copolymers bearing oppositely charged blocks (self-assembled network); and (ii) hydrogels formed by co-assembly of oppositely charged polyelectrolyte segments belonging to different macromolecules (co-assembled network). View Paper here