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Application Notebook for Efficient Polymer Analysis

Improve your practical know-how of polymer analysis using GPC/SEC

02-Apr-2018

A new application notebook contains many examples for GPC/SEC analysis for a broad range of polymers

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Absolute Molar Mass Characterisation

27-Nov-2009

Multi-angle light scattering coupled to SEC or other fractionation methods can provide an absolute means for measuring the molar mass, size and distribution of proteins, polymers and particles of all sorts. Wyatt Technology's MALS also enables the el

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Asymmetric Flow Field Flow Fractionation (AF4) - A Powerful Method for Polymer Characterization

05-Nov-2009

The AF4-MALS combined technique can serve as a routine method for polymer analysis and characterization. AF4 provides separation efficiency entirely

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Bearing grease selection

03-Sep-2009

Rolling-element bearings are used for the precise guidance of moving parts. Frictional losses are extremely small because the bearings rest on rolling elements, enabling very heavy loads to be adsorbed. Rolling-element bearings may be lubricated with

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Polyolefins: Determination of Molecular Weight and Branching Structure by GPC/SEC

16-Jun-2008

Polyethylene and Polypropylene are so-called Polyolefins. They are produced in large amounts every year. Depending on the process and catalyst used linear or branched polymers can be produced. In case of e. g. Polyethylene there are at least three po

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