記録された日時: April 01 2014

Duration: 27 minutes 18 seconds

Malvern’s Dilute Solution Viscometer (DSV) unit provides an accurate and safe method to determine the intrinsic viscosity of various polymers. The semi-automated sample preparation and automated analysis features of the DSV limit the handling of hazardous solvent and exposure while minimizing user error. In this webinar, the design and features of the DSV will be presented, highlighted with some example data.
Table of contents
1. Accurate & Safe Intrinsic Viscosity Measurements for Polymers using DSV
03:28
2. Abstract
01:07
3. Outline
00:46
4. Nomenclature for Solution Viscosity
01:01
5. Traditional measurement
00:53
6. What Is Intrinsic Viscosity?
01:06
7. Huggins/Kraemer Plot
00:44
8. Solomon and Gatesman Approximation
00:42
9. How Does The Dual Capillary Viscometer Work?
01:14
10. How Does the Dual Capillary Work?
00:27
11. How Does the Dual Capillary Work?
00:38
12. Poiseulle’s Law
00:29
13. Baseline Condition (Load)
00:43
14. Plateau Condition (Inject)
01:03
15. Typical Measured Data
01:39
16. Malvern’s Dilute Solution Viscometer (DSV)
01:35
17. DSV Features for Safety and Automation
01:06
18. DSV Features for Safety and Automation
00:40
19. DSV Features for Safety and Automation
01:01
20. DSV Features for Safety and Automation
00:36
21. Applications
01:24
22. Example Data: Nylon in 88% Formic Acid
01:09
23. Example Data: Acrylate Copolymers
01:14
24. Conclusions
01:05
25. Contact Information
01:28