Molecular engineering of poly(HEMA-co-PEGMA)-based hydrogels: Role of minor AEMA and DMAEMA inclusion
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Abstract:

Highlights•Minor compositional changes (~4 mol%) affect biotechnical properties of hydrogels.•Hydrogels of ~4 mol% hydrophilic AEMA or hydrophobic DMAEMA show similar hydration.•Hydrogel compositions show significant changes in bound and free water content.•Bound water correlates with modulus, electrical resistance, and albumin adsorption.

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