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Electric characteristics of cellular structures containing colloidal silver

Author: V N Shilov Affiliation: Ovcharenko Institute of Biocolloid Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, bul. Akademika Vernadskogo 42, Kiev, 03142, Ukraine; E Yu Voitenko Affiliation: Ovcharenko Institute of Biocolloid Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, bul. Akademika Vernadskogo 42, Kiev, 03142, Ukraine; L G Marochko Affiliation: Ovcharenko Institute of Biocolloid Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, bul. Akademika Vernadskogo 42, Kiev, 03142, Ukraine; V I Podol’skaya Affiliation: Ovcharenko Institute of Biocolloid Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, bul. Akademika Vernadskogo 42, Kiev, 03142, Ukraine
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Colloid Journal, v72 n1 (201002): 125-132
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Electrophysical characteristics of yeast cells in which precipitates are formed by the chemical-microbiological method from colloidal solutions with different concentrations are studied. The cell ζ-potential and dc surface conductivity at frequencies of 100-600 kHz are calculated using the data from measuring the electrophoretic mobility and dispersion of cell conductivity. In our calculations, we used known  Read more...
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Title: Electric characteristics of cellular structures containing colloidal silver
Database Name: SpringerLink
Document Type: ArchiveJournal
All Authors / Contributors: V N Shilov Affiliation: Ovcharenko Institute of Biocolloid Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, bul. Akademika Vernadskogo 42, Kiev, 03142, Ukraine; E Yu Voitenko Affiliation: Ovcharenko Institute of Biocolloid Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, bul. Akademika Vernadskogo 42, Kiev, 03142, Ukraine; L G Marochko Affiliation: Ovcharenko Institute of Biocolloid Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, bul. Akademika Vernadskogo 42, Kiev, 03142, Ukraine; V I Podol’skaya Affiliation: Ovcharenko Institute of Biocolloid Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, bul. Akademika Vernadskogo 42, Kiev, 03142, Ukraine
ISSN: 1061-933X; 1608-3067
Notes: Original Russian Text © V.N. Shilov, E.Yu. Voitenko, L.G. Marochko, V.I. Podol’skaya, 2009, published in Kolloidnyi Zhurnal, 2010, Vol. 72, No. 1, pp. 111-119.
Language Note: English
Year: 2010
Unique Identifier: 5649381037
DOI: 10.1134/S1061933X10010138
Content Type: OriginalPaper
Source: Colloid Journal Dordrecht : SP MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica v72 n1 (201002): 125-132 Colloid J
OCLC No.: 5649381037

Abstract:

Electrophysical characteristics of yeast cells in which precipitates are formed by the chemical-microbiological method from colloidal solutions with different concentrations are studied. The cell ζ-potential and dc surface conductivity at frequencies of 100-600 kHz are calculated using the data from measuring the electrophoretic mobility and dispersion of cell conductivity. In our calculations, we used known electric cell model (isolating cytoplasmic membrane that separates conducting cytoplasm and external solution) supplemented by an external ion-exchange layer that models the cell wall. A comparison of changes in the dc and ac surface conductivities of cell testifies to the formation of clusters of metal silver nanoparticles in the cell wall.
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