Ionic groups in Polyelectrolyte Powder can draw charges from the solution to the surface via an ion exchange mechanism. Polyelectrolytes have a variety of uses, the most common of which is to alter the flow and stability of aqueous solutions and gels. They can be employed to destabilise a colloidal solution and start flocculation. They can also be employed to give neutral particles a surface charge, allowing them to disperse in aqueous solution. As a result, thickeners, emulsifiers, conditioners, clarifying agents, and even drag reducers are frequently utilised. They are employed in the treatment of water and the recovery of oil.