Зафиксированная дата: September 25 2012

Duration: 23 minutes 28 seconds

To help precisely control the physical properties of PVC, manufacturers have turned to Gel Permeation Chromatography, Flow Injection Polymer Analysis and Dilute Solution Viscosity for characterization of the molecular weight and structure
Table of contents
1. PVC Characterization Technology Package GPC + DSV
01:09
2. PVC Characterization Technology Package GPC + DSV
00:23
3. Malvern Polymer Characterization Technology Packages: A Six Part 2012 Webinar Series
00:22
4. Polymer Life Cycle From Cradle to Grave and Beyond
02:23
5. Introduction
00:50
6. SEC/GPC Separation Process
01:38
7. GPC of T1
01:34
8. Mark-Houwink Overlays
00:49
9. Summary of GPC Results
00:56
10. GPC Results
01:37
11. What is Dilute Solution Viscosity (DSV)?
00:41
12. Traditional Measurement
00:39
13. Nomenclature for Solution Viscosity
00:17
14. Huggins/Kraemer Plot
00:42
15. How Does The Two Capillary Viscometer Work?
01:01
16. Dilute Solution Viscometer (DSV) System
00:16
17. Summary of PVC DSV IV Data
00:59
18. PVC DSV IV Data Comparison
00:20
19. Summary of PVC DSV K-Value Data
00:19
20. PVC DSV K-Value Comparison
00:43
21. High MW Aggregation of PVC in THF
00:44
22. Solvent Enhanced Light Scattering (SELS)
01:50
23. High MW Aggregation
00:41
24. Summary of GPC Results
00:37
25. Summary of Sample MW (Da) When Dissolved in THF vs. Cyclohexanone
00:42
26. Final Conclusions
00:33
27. Malvern Polymer Characterization Technology Packages: A Six Part 2012 Webinar Series
00:14
28. Contact Information
00:29