GPC Characterization of Nylon using Formic Acid for Reduced Cost per Analysis
26 Nov 2014

In this application note the GPC analysis of nylon-6, nylon-6,6 and other soluble polyamides was carried out using formic acid as an effective, inexpensive, and safer alternative to mobile phases traditionally used for these polymers. The Viscotek TDA Triple Detection GPC System provides outstanding signal-to-noise ratios for the robust and precise analysis of nylons in formic acid.

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