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5c and d shows the typical G(t) for P2VP and PEO on the chemically heterogeneous surface containing both DT and MPA sites. A comparison with G(t) on homogeneous surfaces of either MPA or DT is also shown. The kinetic curves show a characteristic shape of a constant initial rate of adsorption followed by a slow approach to a plateau. 35 mg/m2). P2VP becomes ionized at the low pH and electrostatic repulsion between neighboring segments of a charged polymer chain leads to lower G as accumulation of charge within the surface layer is not favorable.
A control experiment was performed in which the vesicle was made of only SOPC and adhered to a Tcoated bead. It turns out that the adhesion measured in the control experiment cannot be neglected, meaning that there is a nonspecific adhesion that has to be subtracted from the measurements to obtain the actual value of Wadh due to the bonds. Fig. 5 shows the aspiration pressure as a function of G for the different cases. The resulting values for Wadh, reported in Table 1, are independent of the vesicle size.