Polymerization conditions and intrinsic viscosity of p(AM/ NaA/[NaAMC.
What does IV stand for?
IV stands for Intrinsic Viscosity
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The full Viscotek HT-GPC triple detector configuration includes refractive index (RI), viscometry and low angle light scattering (LALS) detection, the company reports, adding, "Together these detectors provide absolute molecular weight without extrapolation or correction, molecular size, intrinsic viscosity and branching information, from a single experiment.
Intrinsic viscosity is widely used to quantify molecular weight and forms part of the specification for many bulk polymers, including polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and nylon.
In a single GPC/SEC experiment, users may obtain absolute molecular weight, molecular size (to less than 1 nm) and intrinsic viscosity, as well as information on branching, conformation, aggregation and copolymer composition.
723] (1) where [eta] is the intrinsic viscosity (expressed in dL/g) and M is the molecular weight.
As a result of the thermocatalytic treatment, a partial destruction of chitosan occurred, which was controlled from the changes in intrinsic viscosity measured with a capillary viscosimeter using 0.
It has an intrinsic viscosity number of five or larger and an average strength of 22 cN/dtex or higher.
As needed, additional specialized tests can be performed, such as intrinsic viscosity, compression properties, water permeability, IR, bending stiffness, loop strength, surface roughness, pore size distribution, and others," he said.