Absorbing Capacity of Accelerated Electrons Flow of Some Polyfunctional Episulphide, Aminothiocarbamide Containing Polyelectrolytes

V. A. Dzhafarov

Abstract


The method of preparation of polyfunctional carbamide and thiocarbamide and amine polymer complexes containing episulphide, nitrile groups and also fragments of quaternary amines and chlorine and possessing properties of cation polymer polyelectrolytes in a wide range of pH has been developed. The capacity of the synthesized polyelectrolytes to absorption of the accelerated electrons flow has been studied and power of the absorbed doze of b-radiation has been determined. It has been shown that the radioimmunity of cooligomers essentially depends on availability of sulphur-containing groups in their composition and is basically determined by availability of three-membered episulphide heterocycles, nitrile and amine fragments.


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