P(SS-co-AA-co-DMDAAC) was synthesized by convenient free radical polymerization technology, which is beneficial for large-scale production. The typical synthesis process is described as follows. SS, NaHSO3 and deionized water were added to a flask under stirring. After SS was dissolved thoroughly, the mixture was warmed to 80°C. Then, AA, DMDAAC and (NH4)2S2O8 aqueous solutions were simultaneously dripped into the flask within 1.5 h and the mixture was allowed to react for another 2 h. After polymerization, the product was cooled to room temperature. The pH value of the solution was adjusted to 7–8 by using 1 M NaOH solution. The crude product solution was concentrated, and further purified through precipitation in an excess of ethyl alcohol. Finally, P(SS-co-AA-co-DMDAAC) was obtained as a faint yellow powder.

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