A breakthrough in Nylon Characterization from Malvern Instruments
03 Sep 2012

To help precisely control the physical properties, processability and performance characteristics of Nylon, manufacturers and end-users have put extra emphasis on the measurements of molecular weight distribution and structural characteristics. Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) also known as Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC), Flow Injection Polymer Analysis (FIPA) and Dilute Solution Viscosity (DSV) are the most common analytical techniques providing such vital and complementary information. This webinar discusses how these techniques are being used in the measurement of molecular weight distribution, structure and viscosity of these materials.

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