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content material: Mathematical modeling of particle chromatography / D.C. Francis and A.J. McHugh --
machine version for gel permeation chromatography of polymers / Dong Hyun Kim and A.F. Johnson --
Pressure-programmed controlled-flow supercritical fluid chromatograph / E.W. Albaugh, D. Borst, and P. Talarico --
computerized info research process for a gel permeation chromatograph with a number of detectors / M.E. Koehler, A.F. Kah, T.F. Niemann, C. Kuo, and T. Provder --
comparability of measurement exclusion chromatography calibration recommendations utilizing slim and huge molecular weight distribution criteria / Thomas V. Alfredson, Lori Tallman, and William J. Perry --
measurement exclusion chromatography of polyethylenes : reliability of information / L.A. Utracki and M.M. Dumoulin --
Gel permeation chromatography : correction technique for imperfect solution / B.A. Adesanya, H.C. Yen, D.C. Timm, and N.C. Plass --
measurement exclusion chromatography molecular weight separation and column dispersion : simultaneous calibration with characterised polymer criteria / Rong-Shi Cheng and Shu-Qin Bo --
evaluate of Füzes statistical tools for trying out identification of dimension exclusion chromatography molecular weight distributions of polymers / Sadao Mori --
a brand new relatives of natural polymer-based high-efficiency gel permeation chromatography columns / Herman S. Schultz, Peter G. Alden, and Juris L. Ekmanis --
Optimization of solution in gel permeation chromatographic separation of small molecules / F. Vincent Warren, Jr., Brian A. Bidlingmeyer, Harold Richardson, and Juris L. Ekmanis --
High-performance high-speed gel permeation chromatography : a platforms process / Ronald L. Miller and Jack D. Kerber --
Deuterium oxide used to symbolize columns for aqueous dimension exclusion chromatography / Howard G. Barth and Fred E. Regnier --
Methylene chloride-hexafluoroisopropyl alcohol (70/30) : use in high-performance gel permeation chromatography of poly(ethylene terephthalate) / James R. Overton and Horace L. Browning, Jr. --
Shear degradation of very excessive molecular weight polymers in gel permeation chromatography / D. McIntyre, A.L. Shih, J. Savoca, R. Seeger, and A. Macarthur --
High-efficiency gel permeation chromatography : purposes for the research of oligomers and small molecules / A. Krishen --
research of petroleum crude and distillates through gel permeation chromatography / C.V. Philip and Rayford G. Anthony --
High-temperature measurement exclusion chromatography of polyethylene / V. Grinshpun, K.F. O'Driscoll, and A. Rudin --
improvement of a continual gel permeation chromatography viscosity detector for the characterization of absolute molecular weight distribution of polymers / F.B. Malihi, C. Kuo, M.E. Koehler, T. Provder, and A.F. Kah --
dimension exclusion chromatography with low-angle laser light-scattering detection : software to linear and branched block copolymers / R.C. Jordan, S.F. Silver, R.D. Sehon, and R.J. Rivard --
decision of thermoset resin cross-link structure via gel permeation chromatography / A.J. Ayorinde, C.H. Lee, D.C. Timm, and W.D. Humphrey --
dimension exclusion chromatography research of epoxy resin therapy kinetics / Gary L. Hagnauer and Peter J. Pearce --
Sulfonated poly(styrene-divinylbenzene) networks : scission research utilizing aqueous measurement exclusion chromatography / David H. Freeman and Xun Liang --
Fractionation and characterization of industrial cellulose triacetate by way of gel permeation chromatography / F. Mahmud and E. Catterall.

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Figure 4 a l s o shows the good agreement which was obtained between experimen approximately doubled. Increasin peak and s h i f t s the peak maximum i n the manner a n t i c i p a t e d (16) . (11) Skewed peaks - f o r polymer o f molecular weight 37,000 the chromatographic peak was d i s t i n c t l y skewed. The model proposed was a l s o capable o f f i t t i n g such curves as can be seen from F i g ­ ure 5. To f i t such curves the same Pe was used but the τ was adjusted as before t o achieve good f i t between the model p r e d i c ­ t i o n s and the experimental v a l u e .

The microcomputer i s r e s p o n s i b l e f o r a l l r e a l - t i m e a c t i v i t i e s i n v o l v e d i n data c o l l e c t i o n . At the completion o f the experiment, data are t r a n s f e r r e d v i a a s e r i a l l i n e t o the minicomputer f o r storage and a n a l y s i s . Report generation and p l o t t i n g may be done at any time a f t e r the completion of the experiment. The minicomputer system uses a D i g i t a l PDP 11/44 processor running the RSX 11 —M o p e r a t i n g system.

The r e s o l v i n g power should increase with i n c r e a s i n g D ( i . e . decreasing molecular weight). Each o f the other p r e d i c t i o n s conform t o w e l l e s t a b l i s h e d obser­ vations . The proposed model can be r e a d i l y r e l a t e d t o the p l a t e theo­ r y . The number o f t h e o r e t i c a l p l a t e s can be deduced from the mo­ ment expressions and when Pe and the K are l a r g e then Equation 33 f o l l o w s from Equation 23. 00 e f 1 Ν " 2 Ρ7 + 2 Ϊ5 1 ε ' ; (1 + ψ α 2 βρ) ( 3 4 ) I t i s evident t h a t α a l s o p l a y s an important r o l e i n t h i s equation.

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