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Both Epolene N-11P and N-14P are very low molecular weight polymers with average molecular weight values of 2,000 and 1,700 g/tool, respectively.
With low molecular weight polymers, this may begin as extension and/or branching of the chains, but eventually a network is formed.
Created with low molecular weight polymers and co-reactants, the coating is able to form a dense, chemical and corrosion resistant finish.
The low molecular weight polymers, usually below about 800 weight-average molecular weight, do not have enough length to intertwine with the other chains.
A dispersion aid can include a low molecular weight polymer or oligomer, optionally functionalized with a polar group.
Bio- Oncotic Gel is an organic polymer composed of water, salts and a low molecular weight polymer (plasdone).
58) has applied the Rouse model for dilute solutions to low molecular weight polymer melts by substituting solvent-polymer interactions with polymer-polymer terms.
The effect of aging on stress-strain is shown in figure 4 for the low molecular weight polymer compounded with mixed oxides.