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radiata bark to estimate the quality of water extracts (WEs) based on molecular weight (MW), degree of polymerization (DP), polydispersity, and antioxidant activity due to the significance of these factors in applications for pharmaceutics, cosmetics, and nutrient supplementation.
The rate of change in the value of the average degree of polymerization significantly depended on temperature and pH.
Techniques for determining spacing include adsorbing the thioether from a solution or a colloidal suspension, or controlling the degree of polymerization of the thioether.
95 Hardcover QD381 The first of the 22 chapters in this collection describe developments in the synthesis of supramolecular polymers, arising from an understanding of the chemical design principles that underlie self- assembly, as well as theoretical models of growth processes, which allow prediction of the field of stability, degree of polymerization, and shapes of a variety of assemblies.
The degree of polymerization (the extent of cure) can be defined as polymerization rate (curing rate) divided by sum of all chain breaking reactions.
This shows that the requirements for a good costabilizer are narrow and that polymer of any significant degree of polymerization itself cannot act thermodynamically as a miniemulsion costabilizer.
A study was conducted on the tensor effect as a function of the degree of hydrolysis (characterized by enzyme levels) (Figure 3) and of the degree of polymerization (affected by the quantity of polymerizing agent) (Figure 4).
Furthermore, since the degree of polymerization (i.