A star-shaped amphiphilic polymer with arms of polystyrene and sodium salt of polymethacrylic acid on the common fullerene (C60) branching center was prepared by hydrolysis of polar chains in a heteroarm star-shaped fullerene (C60)-containing polymer. The micelle-forming properties of the amphiphilic polymer were examined by small-angle neutron scattering. Structure of solutions of the polymer in D2O is discussed.
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