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HPLC-Modus
Determine the molar mass distribution and the amount of residual monomer (solvent, additive..) simultaneously using PSS WinGPC's HPLC mode.
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Publication Number
30016
Publication Type
WinGPC Application
Source
PSS WinGPC Newsletter
Year
2001
Publication date
16.08.2001
Issue
3
High-Temperature Resistant PSS Polefin GPC Columns for Polymer Characterization
High temperature GPC methodes are required for analysis of polyolefines. PSS has developed specific high temperature Polefin GPC column to eliminate the typical weakness of low stability of the high...
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Publication Number
20034
Publication Type
Poster
Source
Presented at the IUPAC Polymer Conferenc
Year
2001
Publication date
19.07.2001
Author
C. Dauwe, P. Kilz, P. Montag, G. Reinhold
Product Information: Analytical Services
Potential and Scope of a Modern Service Laboratory for GPC/SEC Analysis.
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Publication Number
20063
Publication Type
Brochure
Year
2001
Publication date
06.07.2001
Challenges in the Application and Design of GPC/SEC Separation Media
The following questions in SEC are treated: The possibility of "universal" columns, the physical stability of SEC columns, the avoidence of artificial peak shapes etc. It is shown, that the magic...
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Publication Number
20009
Publication Type
Lecture
Source
IUPAC Polymer Conference, Stellenbosch
Year
2001
Publication date
04.07.2001
Author
C. Dauwe, P. Kilz, G. Reinhold
Characterization of Copolymers by Chromatographic Methods
Modern chromatographic methods allow in-depth characterization of copolymers with regard to molecular weights, chemical composition, chain architecture and endgroup determination. The advantages of...
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Publication Number
20010
Publication Type
Lecture
Source
HPLC, Maastricht
Year
2001
Publication date
04.07.2001
Author
P. Kilz
Chromatographische Porengrößenanalysen offenporiger Materialien
Inverse GPC eignet sich zur Analyse von Porenstrukturen in statischen, dynamischen und gequollenen Systemen. Sowohl klein- wie auch großporige Systeme lassen sich gut analysieren, und der zugängliche...
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Publication Number
20050
Publication Type
Published Paper
Source
CLB Chemie in Labor und Biotechnik
Year
2001
Publication date
08.06.2001
Issue
52
Author
C. Dauwe, P. Kilz
Trennung nach molekularer Größe
PSS Novema-GPC-Säulen sind geeignet für GPC-Untersuchungen an Proteinen. Die Abschätzung des Zusammenhangs zwischen räumlicher Größe (Tertiärstruktur) der Proteine und der Art des Lösungsmittels kann...
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Publication Number
20077
Publication Type
Published Paper
Source
CLB Chemie in Labor und Biotechnik
Year
2001
Publication date
07.06.2001
Issue
5
Author
C. Dauwe, G. Reinhold
Autorekalibration
Lassen Sie vorhandene Kalibrierkurven einfach von WinGPC rekalibrieren: entweder durch Ersetzen von vorhandenen Werten oder durch Mittelwertbildung.
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Publication Number
30022
Publication Type
WinGPC Application
Source
PSS WinGPC Newsletter
Year
2001
Publication date
10.05.2001
Issue
2
universelle Kalibration
Lassen Sie WinGPC schnell und einfach für jede Probe eine eigene Kalibrierkurve erstellen.
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Publication Number
30033
Publication Type
WinGPC Application
Source
PSS WinGPC Newsletter
Year
2001
Publication date
10.05.2001
Issue
2
Signalbearbeitung
Wann sind welche Signalbearbeitungsoptionen von WinGPC sinnvoll?
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Publication Number
30034
Publication Type
WinGPC Application
Source
PSS WinGPC Newsletter
Year
2001
Publication date
10.05.2001
Issue
2
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