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All this is only valid for simple, flexible, highly charged homopolyelectrolytes, other systems are not discussed at this point. 1 The Zone Model for Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Films Our current picture of a multilayer film composed of two simple polyelectrolytes, an anionic homopolyelectrolyte and a cationic homopolyelectrolyte, is that of a film subdivided into three distinct zones (Fig. 15) [297, 298]. Zone I is comprised of one or a few polyelectrolyte layers close to the substrate. In this zone the multilayer is influenced by the nature of the substrate.

It is obvious that spherically closed polyelectrolyte multilayers, also called multilayer capsules [309], are compartmentalized systems themselves in which the multilayer membrane itself acts as the barrier between the inside and the outside of these hollow spheres. One can already imagine multilayer films comprised of different layers of such capsules, each layer containing capsules with different liquid content. In terms of compartmentalization within the multilayer film itself, we will briefly describe two examples from our own group.

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