Chromatographic Characterization of Polymers: Hyphenated and Multidimensional Techniques, Issue 247
Theodore Provder, Howard G. Barth, Marek W. Urban
American Chemical Society, 1995 - Science - 294 pages
Presents an overview of the recent developments in the use of hyphenated multidimensional separation and detection techniques for the characterization of polymeric materials. Reports on successful multidimensional chromatographic methods and multiple detector systems. Includes an analysis of compositional heterogeneity in copolymers and blends.
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Limiting Conditions in the Liquid Chromatography of Polymers
Isoperichoric Focusing FieldFlow Fractionation Based
SizeExclusion Chromatography with Electrospray Mass
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ACCEPTED revised manuscript American Chemical Society analysis angle average block copolymer branching calculated calibration curve carbon-coated carrier liquid cell characterization Chem chemical composition chromatogram coefficient column temperature components concentration detector cotton fiber density gradient detection determined dextrans disc dn/dc effect eluent elution volume end groups equation errors experimental film morphology flow rate focused zones focusing FFF fraction homopolymers HPLC injected intrinsic viscosity ISBN Janča LACCC LALLS laser light scattering light-scattering detector linear Macromolecules macromonomers Mark—Houwink measured methacrylate method mobile phase molar mass obtained oligomers on-line parameters particle-scattering function particles peak plot PMMA polydispersity polyester polymerization polystyrene polystyrene standards Provder pullulans radius of gyration random coil ratio refractive index refractometer retention volume sample SEC column separation shown in Figure signal Silica gel size-exclusion chromatography solvent spectra star-branched styrene techniques ThFFF toluene universal calibration values versus viscometer viscometry