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On the other hand, surfaces with a weak tendency for binding H2O are termed non-wetting or hydrophobic. After the formation of this adsorbed water layer (adlayer), which occurs within nanoseconds, hydrated ions such as Cl- and Na+ get incorporated. The specific arrangement of these ions and their water shells is strongly influenced by the properties of the surface. Subsequently, proteins from the biological fluid adsorb to the surface in a complex series of events, including initial adsorption, conformational changes and eventually replacement of smaller proteins by larger ones.
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