날짜 기록: May 12 2011

Duration: 01 hours 12 minutes 37 seconds

Chromatography at high temperatures presents a unique challenge when using advanced detectors. The analysis of polyolefins using high temperature GPC offers insight into the chromatographic variables that should be considered
Table of contents
1. Malvern's Polyolefin Technology Package Part 1: High Temperature GPC/SEC
02:31
2. Malvern’s Polyolefin Characterization Package Part I: High Temperature GPC
01:12
3. Outline
01:14
4. GPC/SEC - The Separation Process
00:48
5. Advanced GPC/SEC Configuration
02:11
6. The Detectors
03:29
7. Triple/Tetra Detection by Malvern
01:49
8. Nomenclature
01:36
9. High Temperature GPC by Malvern
05:49
10. Chromatography Performance Factors
02:28
11. Column Performance at High Temperatures
01:21
12. Instrument Performance
01:00
13. Detector Performance
01:33
14. Repeatability NIST 1475a (Linear PE) at 140 °C in TCB
00:57
15. Accuracy NIST 1484a – Linear PE Standard
02:21
16. Accuracy NIST 1483 – Linear PE Standard
01:53
17. Sample Preparation
00:27
18. Sample Preparation
00:52
19. PE Filled with Carbon Black
01:10
20. Sample Stability
02:36
21. Thermal Stability NIST 1475a – Standard Method
02:49
22. Thermal Stability Dow HDPE – Standard Method
01:12
23. Thermal Stability Dow PP - Standard Method
01:34
24. Improving Thermal Stability for PP Analysis
02:09
25. Option 1: Traditional TCB Method Dow PP
01:12
26. Option 2: Malvern Method (SELS) Dow PP
01:59
27. Dow PP LALS Overlay – Malvern Method (SELS)
00:44
28. Accuracy of the SELS Method
01:19
29. Using Malvern’s SELS Method
02:13
30. Stirring Dow PP Using SELS Method
02:41
31. Long-Chain Branching (LCB) Analysis NIST 1476a
01:47
32. Long-Chain Branching Parameters
01:56
33. Determination of LCB NIST 1476a
03:05
34. PP With a Range of MFI
04:33
35. Conclusions
02:08
36. PP With a Range of MFI
03:03
37. Contact Information
00:56