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PSS Polymer Standards Service GmbH, Germany

Polymer Standards Service GmbH is known as the specialist for polymer synthesis and characterisation using gel permeation chromatography (GPC) aka as size exclusion chromatography (SEC). Major products are high resolution GPC/SEC columns, reference standards, WinGPC Unity Macromolecular Chromatograp more

Teclis Instruments, France

TECLIS INSTRUMENTS has been the market leader in innovative instruments for surface and interface physico-chemistry since 1991 (formerly IT CONCEPT). TECLIS INSTRUMENTS designs, manufactures and markets equipment, and provides analysis to characterize dispersed systems such as foams and emulsions. more

Postnova Analytics GmbH, Germany

Leading Manufacturer of Systems and Services for Field-flow Fractionation and Light Scattering used for the Characterization of Biopolymers, Macromolecules and Nanoparticles. Chromatography Supplies and Consumables for GPC, SEC, HPLC and CE. more

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Break-through in High Temperature Polymer Separation Technology

The AF2000 HT Series is the world's first commercial HTFFF instrument available and was invented and patented by Postnova Analytics. High Temperature Field-Flow Fractionation is a brand new technology ideally suited for the advanced separation of high molar mass polymers, such as polyethylene and polypropylene. more

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  • Ultra-fast transport of electrical charges in polymers

    A research team at Umeå University in Sweden has showed, for the first time, that a very efficient vertical charge transport in semiconducting polymers is possible by controlled chain and crystallite orientation. These pioneering results, which enhance charge transport in polymers by more than 1,000 more

  • Fun with Lego (molecules)

    A great childhood pleasure is playing with Legos® and marveling at the variety of structures you can create from a small number of basic elements. Such control and variety of superstructures is a goal of polymer chemists, but it is hard to regulate their specific size and how the pieces fit together more

  • Self-stacking nanogrids

    Since the 1960s, computer chips have been built using a process called photolithography. But in the past five years, chip features have gotten smaller than the wavelength of light, which has required some ingenious modifications of photolithographic processes. Keeping up the rate of circuit miniatur more

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  • Good Titration Practice™ Polyols and Polymers

    Polyols and resins are becoming more and more relevant in our lives. Not only used for making polymers, polyols see more use in construction materials, paints and bonding. Titration is commonly used to quantify key characteristics of polyols which vary as much as their intended use. Learn the best m more

  • Rapid Optimization and Control of Solids Flocculation

    Flocculation is a common separation technique in the biotechnology, mining, petroleum, and pulp and paper industries. Flocculation is a process where fine suspended particles aggregate to form larger flocs which improve solids separation from the liquid phase. Performance of flocculating agents such more

  • Good Dropping Point Practice

    Technical products such as ointments, synthetic and natural resins, edible fats, greases, waxes, fatty polymers, bitumens, and tars have no defined melting point. They soften as the temperature rises and gradually melt down over a relatively large melting interval. The determination of the dropping more

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  • Modular biofactories at the cellular level

    Despite his love for complex molecular architectures, this „dyed-in-the-wool“ bio-organic chemist has never embraced the conventional segregation of synthetic polymers and bio­logical macromolecules. All molecules are composed of atoms, after all. Why make an artificial distinction? Why not simply combine these domains together? more

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Coordination polymers

Coordination polymers Coordination polymer is the term given in inorganic chemistry to a metal coordination compound where a ligand bridge s between metal centres, where each metal centre binds to more than one ligand to create an infinite arr ... more

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