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Application Notebook for Efficient Polymer Analysis

Improve your practical know-how of polymer analysis using GPC/SEC

Tosoh Bioscience

EcoSEC Ambient GPC Instrument

High Temperature EcoSEC GPC Instrument

Integriertet RI Detector

TSKgel GPC Columns

Determining the molecular weight of polymers or plastics is one of your routines? Then this application notebook will be of great help to you. It gives you numerous application examples of how to analyze a large variety of polymers at ambient or high temperature using GPC/SEC. In this GPC application notebook, experts from Tosoh will vividly show you on 58 pages how to use gel permeation chromatography (GPC) to analyze typical plastics and polymers efficiently with as little solvent consumption as possible. GPC can determine several important parameters of plastics and polymers. These include the average molecular weights Mn, Mw and Mz as well as the most basic property of a polymer, its molecular weight distribution (MWD). These parameters are important because they affect many of the characteristic physical properties of polymers. Differences in these parameters can lead to significantly different polymer performance characteristics. The GPC application notebook shows you how to analyze various polymer classes efficiently, how to save solvents and increase sample throughput, which GPC columns are best suited for your applications and what to consider when performing high-temperature analysis of polymers. Download your free copy of the GPC application notebook now and expand your practical know-how of polymer analysis.

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