A new technical working area--TWA 28--in quantitative mass spectroscopy of synthetic polymers has been formed within the Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards (known as VAMAS) to explore the development of a standard method for determining the molecular mass distribution of synthetic polymers (plastics).
What does VAMAS stand for?
VAMAS stands for Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards
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NIST will lead a new technical working area in quantitative mass spectroscopy of synthetic polymers recently formed under the auspices of VAMAS, the Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards.
A new technical working area on characterization methods for ceramic powders and porous materials has been formed within the Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards (known by the acronym VAMAS) to develop technical data on the size distribution and surface area of particles and porosity of unfired (green) bodies for use by standards-writing organizations.