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Physical Properties of the Hydrogel Using Alginate
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Physical Properties of the Hydrogel Using Alginate
Woo, Chul-min; Heo, Seongin; Lee, Hyun Mee;
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 Abstract
Purpose: A hydrogel including alginate and extracted from seaweed was manufactured, and their physical properties were investigated. Also, its applicability as contact lenses was examined. Methods: A film-type sample used in this experiment was manufactured using 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA), which is the raw material of hydrogel contact lenses; azobisiobutyonitile (AIBN), which is an initiator and ethylenglycoldimethacrylate (EGDMA), which is a cross-linking agent. It was hydrated in a PBS solution for 24 hours, and an interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) was formed in 1% and 2% alginate and 1%, 3%, and 5% solutions for 24 hours, respectively. Results: The measurement of the physical properties of the film after the IPN showed that the moisture content was 30.89~36.89%, the refractive index was 1.431~1.441, the contact angle was , and the tensile strength was 2.378~4.215 (). Also, the physical properties hardly changed as the content of alginate increased, and the moisture content decreased as the content of increased. As a result of the IPN, the moisture content and contact angle decreased compared to those of basic HEMA, but the tensile strength increased. The tensile strength of the second IPN was higher than that of the first IPN. In the case of , for the sample polymerized for 24 hours and the second IPN sample with 2% alginate, the contact angle decreased as the content of increased. Conclusions: In this study, the tensile strength increased as the content of increased, and the wettability increased as a result of IPN of alginate and . The hydrogel containing the alginate and was confirmed possible utilization as contact lens material.
 Keywords
Alginate;Hydrogel;IPN;Contact Angle;Water Contents;Tensile Strength;
 Language
Korean
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