Date recorded: May 24 2012

Duration: 30 minutes 20 seconds

The largest application for PVC is for pipes, often for water or gas. A range of analytical techniques are needed to measure molecular weight distribution, structure and viscosity of the raw PVC to ensure satisfactory final product performance
Table of contents
1. Polycarbonate Characterization Technology Package Are your PVC pipes cracking?
01:48
2. Polycarbonate Characterization Technology Package GPC + FIPA + DSV
00:43
3. Malvern Polymer Characterization Technology Packages: A Six Part 2012 Webinar Series
00:55
4. Polymer Life Cycle From Cradle to Grave and Beyond
04:28
5. Introduction
00:52
6. SEC/GPC Separation Process
01:22
7. Polycarbonate - mobile pharse selection
00:34
8. GPC Techniques
01:13
9. Triple/ Tetra Detection
00:21
10. Triple/Tetra Detector Array (TDA)
01:07
11. Principles of Light Scattering - MW
00:33
12. Untitled
00:26
13. Example GPC Chromatogram of Polycarbonate
00:18
14. Mark-Houwink Overlay Plots of Polycarbonate Samples
00:27
15. Summary of Polycarbonate GPC Data (30oC)
00:39
16. Example FIPAGram of a Polycarbonate Sample
00:14
17. Example GPC Chromatogram of Polycarbonate
00:10
18. Example FIPAGram of a Polycarbonate Sample
00:30
19. Summary of Polycarbonate FIPA Data (30oC)
00:35
20. Comparison of Polycarbonate GPC & FIPA Data
00:33
21. Branching Study of Polycarbonate Samples
00:18
22. Polycarbonates - Molecular weight comparison
00:19
23. Polycarbonates - Structural comparison
00:40
24. Polycarbonates - Branching Calculations
00:26
25. What is Dilute Solution Viscosity (DSV)?
00:22
26. Traditional Measurement
00:40
27. Nomenclature for Solution Viscosity
00:12
28. Huggins/Kraemer Plot
00:42
29. How Does The Two Capillary Viscometer Work?
01:39
30. Dilute Solution Viscometer (DSV) System
00:17
31. Summary of Polycarbonate DSV Data (19oC)
00:29
32. Polycarbonate IV Data Comparison FIPA (30oC) vs DSV (19oC)
00:57
33. Final Conclusions
01:47
34. Contact details
00:46
35. Malvern Polymer Characterization Technology Packages: A Six Part 2012 Webinar Series
02:19
36. Contact details
00:39