Ice recrystallization inhibition and molecular recognition of ice faces by poly(vinyl alcohol)

Budke C, Koop T (2006)
CHEMPHYSCHEM 7(12): 2601-2606.

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The effects of poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVA) on the Ostwald ripening of polycrystalline ice samples are studied. At -6 degrees C, ice recrystallization in sucrose solutions is inhibited at PVA concentrations down to 0.005 mg mL(-1), with a recrystollization inhibition constant of 48.9 mL mg(-1). Ice growth-habit experiments reveal molecular recognition of the arrangement of water molecules in the ice by PVA molecules, and indicate that PVA molecules adsorb to the primary and secondary prism faces of hexagonal ice, lh. Based on these observations, together with an analysis of the O-atom pattern in ice and the conformation of OH groups in PVA, an adsorption model is proposed. We suggest that PVA segments adsorb to the primary and secondary prism faces of ice parallel to the c axis with a linear misfit parameter of only 2.7%, most likely via multiple hydrogen bonds. The proposed adsorption mechanism is discussed in the light of recent thermal hysteresis and scanning tunneling microscopy experiments.
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Budke C, Koop T. Ice recrystallization inhibition and molecular recognition of ice faces by poly(vinyl alcohol). CHEMPHYSCHEM. 2006;7(12):2601-2606.
Budke, C., & Koop, T. (2006). Ice recrystallization inhibition and molecular recognition of ice faces by poly(vinyl alcohol). CHEMPHYSCHEM, 7(12), 2601-2606.
Budke, C., and Koop, T. (2006). Ice recrystallization inhibition and molecular recognition of ice faces by poly(vinyl alcohol). CHEMPHYSCHEM 7, 2601-2606.
Budke, C., & Koop, T., 2006. Ice recrystallization inhibition and molecular recognition of ice faces by poly(vinyl alcohol). CHEMPHYSCHEM, 7(12), p 2601-2606.
C. Budke and T. Koop, “Ice recrystallization inhibition and molecular recognition of ice faces by poly(vinyl alcohol)”, CHEMPHYSCHEM, vol. 7, 2006, pp. 2601-2606.
Budke, C., Koop, T.: Ice recrystallization inhibition and molecular recognition of ice faces by poly(vinyl alcohol). CHEMPHYSCHEM. 7, 2601-2606 (2006).
Budke, Carsten, and Koop, Thomas. “Ice recrystallization inhibition and molecular recognition of ice faces by poly(vinyl alcohol)”. CHEMPHYSCHEM 7.12 (2006): 2601-2606.
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