Fecha registrada: April 20 2011

Duration: 01 hours 17 minutes 18 seconds

The relationship of molecular weight to intrinsic viscosity is is expressed via the well-known Mark-Houwink plot. The interpretation of this plot is described using natural polysaccharides and industrial synthetic polymers as examples
Table of contents
1. Polymer Structure - Exploring the Mark-Houwink Plot
02:13
2. Introduction
01:44
3. Poll results
00:26
4. Introduction
00:39
5. Outline
01:27
6. Polymer Structure
02:34
7. Mark-Houwink Analysis
04:20
8. GPC/SEC – Obtaining the Distribution
01:12
9. Triple Detection GPC/SEC - Mark-Houwink Analysis
02:26
10. Polycarbonate
02:34
11. Density Changes
02:41
12. Degradation of Polyethylene
01:00
13. Degradation of Polyethylene
02:27
14. Functionalizing Chitosan
02:30
15. Functionalizing Chitosan
01:13
16. Benzylated Chitosan
01:19
17. HPMC Structure Analysis
03:04
18. Process Prediction
03:08
19. Biosimilars Development
02:55
20. Long-Chain Branching Analysis
03:11
21. How is LCB Determined?
02:58
22. Branching in Polysaccharides
02:12
23. Branching in Starch
02:51
24. Structural Differences in Cellulose Excipients
02:18
25. Star Branching Analysis
02:40
26. Conclusions
02:34
27. Thank you
01:10
28. Triple Detection GPC/SEC - Mark-Houwink Analysis
01:04
29. Mark-Houwink Analysis
00:50
30. Triple Detection GPC/SEC - Mark-Houwink Analysis
00:24
31. Benzylated Chitosan
01:38
32. Untitled
01:16
33. Benzylated Chitosan
00:31
34. HPMC Structure Analysis
02:38
35. How is LCB Determined?
04:58
36. Branching in Starch
02:57
37. Contact information
00:20
38. Contact Information
00:56