Date d'enregistrement: September 27 2011

Duration: 31 minutes 28 seconds

The Viscotek TDA uses light scattering to obtain the correct molecular weight from SEC. However, where there is no light scattering response from a sample, universal calibration can be an alternative to determine the true molecular weight
Table of contents
1. Universal calibration – true molecular weight without light scattering!
01:37
2. Universal calibration – true molecular weight without light scattering!
00:17
3. Agenda
00:58
4. Introduction
00:51
5. GPC/SEC - The Separation Process
01:52
6. Molecular Weight by Light Scattering
00:51
7. Molecular Weight by Light Scattering
01:32
8. Data
01:01
9. Data
00:37
10. Data
00:32
11. Hardware Schematic Universal Calibration
00:53
12. Data
00:49
13. Universal Calibration
01:21
14. Universal Calibration Intrinsic Viscosity
00:57
15. 4- Capillary Differential Viscosity Detector
02:38
16. Universal Calibration Calculation of Viscosity
01:10
17. RI Detectors - Schematic
02:02
18. MWD's
00:28
19. Universal Calibration
00:30
20. Universal Calibration Line
00:35
21. Universal Calibration Calculation
00:22
22. Agenda
00:18
23. Software
00:30
24. Software
00:44
25. Software
00:25
26. Software
00:31
27. Software
00:34
28. Software
00:07
29. Software
00:04
30. Software
00:21
31. Software
00:07
32. Software
00:29
33. Results of the Unknown Sample
00:37
34. Structural & Size Information
00:58
35. Conclusion
01:02
36. Agenda
00:24
37. Universal Calibration – True Molecular Weight without Light Scattering!
01:05
38. Contact Information
01:19