Polymer Fractionation (Springer Lab Manual) e-book
by F. Francuskiewicz
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Polymer Fractionation. Dr. rer. nat. FRIEDER FRANCUSKIEWICZ.
Polymer Fractionation. Authors: Francuskiewicz, Frieder. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. This laboratory manual is intended for polymer chemists, physicists, and technicians, for students of polymer science, and skilled laboratory assistants, all of whom are not dealing directly with fractionation but are in need of fractions to carry out further investigations. Show all. Table of contents (13 chapters).
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Polymers are chainlike molecules that are made of the same repetition unit. With a few exceptions such as proteins, a polymer consists of a mix of molecules with different chain lengths. Therefore average values are given for the molecular weight like the number average, the weight average or the viscosity average molar mass. A measure for the width of the molecular weight distribution is the polydispersity index.
Polymer Fractionation F. Francuskiewicz In this book, a big variety of fractionation methods, their theoretical base, applications. Francuskiewicz. 4. The fractionation of polymers via differences in solubility, especially in a preparative scale, is an important presupposition for the determination of molecular weight-dependent polymer properties. In this book, a big variety of fractionation methods, their theoretical base, applications, equipments, preparatory and fractionation steps are discussed. The text is focussed on practical aspects of the carrying-out of polymer fractionations.
Chemical composition fractionation, in semi crystalline polymers, is based on. .
Chemical composition fractionation, in semi crystalline polymers, is based on differences in crystallizability of the polymer composition, and it is typically performed by crystallization at a slow cooling rate. Fractionation occurs by deposition of layers of decreasing crystallinity or increasing branch content, onto an inert support in the column, as temperature decreases. Fractionation of polyolefins has always been a difficult and physically demanding task due to the manual manipulation of large volumes of hot solvent.
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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Polymer Fractionation focuses on the processes, reactions, and transformations involved in polymer fractionation, including chromatography, titration, and sedimentation. The selection first offers information on theoretical considerations and fractional precipitation. The book elaborates on thermal diffusion and turbidimetric titration, as well as methods of fractionation, studies of the variables, outline of the method and range of application, and elaboration of the method.
Springer Laboratory Manuals in Polymer Science. The purpose of this book is to outline synergistic effects between polyelec-trolytes and nanoparticles to show new ways of synthesis and to present methods to characterize well-dened ed nanoparticles. This book originates from the lecture and laboratory course of the Polymer Science Program at the University of Potsdam (Institute of Chemistry), and is expanded by topics from lectures and experiments in colloid chemistry.
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As part of the Springer Laboratory series, this book tries not only to provide such a simple-to-read and illustrative textbook about the seemingly very complicated topic of light scattering from polymers and nanoparticles in dilute solution, but also intends to cover some of the newest.
As part of the Springer Laboratory series, this book tries not only to provide such a simple-to-read and illustrative textbook about the seemingly very complicated topic of light scattering from polymers and nanoparticles in dilute solution, but also intends to cover some of the newest technical developments in experimental light scattering.