In this webinar, we will look more closely on The Spinsolve benchtop NMR as a tool for polymer chemistry. The focus will be on 1D and 2D possibilities to characterize homo- and copolymers, monomers, and natural polymers.
This webinar will provide accounts of the application of low field NMR spectroscopy to the analysis of polymeric systems and discuss the impact of instrumental parameters, spectral quality, and quantitative analysis in comparison with high-field (400 MHz) spectroscopy results.
Polyolefins are engineering thermoplastics that demonstrate diverse thermomechanical properties, attractive chemical resistance, and excellent processability.
In this webcast, Prof. Alex Zhukhovitskiy will describe the molecular weight characterization of conjugated polymers using gel-permeation chromatography with multi-angle light scattering (GPC-MALS) and viscometry.
In this webinar we briefly review the theory and technology of MALS, then present specific applications in the characterization of homopolymers, block copolymers, lightly crosslinked polymers and polymer micelles.
Polyols and resins are becoming more and more relevant in our lives. Not only used for making polymers, polyols see more use in construction materials, paints and bonding.
Multi-detector GPC/SEC offers superior information about polymers, including absolute molecular weight, size, and structure, when compared with conventional single-detector measurements.
As a technique based on light scattering rather than light absorption, Raman spectroscopy is uniquely suited for analysis of multi-phase liquid streams where boundary layers cause issues due to refraction when using absorption spectroscopy.
Over the last 10 years an increasing number of studies combining Raman spectroscopy with Synchrotron Radiation (SR) based techniques like X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) have been reported. Such developments are possible due to the evolution of the instrumentation, which enables one to use smaller Raman spectrometers with rapid collection time and optimal spectral resolution and performance.