Phenomenology of Polymer Solution Dynamics by George D. J. Phillies

By George D. J. Phillies

Proposing a very new method of studying how polymers flow in non-dilute answer, this booklet makes a speciality of experimental proof, no longer theoretical speculations, and concentrates on polymer recommendations, now not dilute recommendations or polymer melts. From centrifugation and solvent dynamics to viscosity and diffusion, experimental measurements and their quantitative representations are the center of the dialogue. The e-book finds numerous experiments by no means ahead of famous as revealing polymer resolution houses. a singular method of leisure phenomena appropriately describes viscoelasticity and dielectric rest and the way they rely on polymer measurement and focus. perfect for graduate scholars and researchers drawn to the homes of polymer options, the ebook covers actual measurements on functional platforms, together with the very most up-to-date effects. each major experimental process is gifted in huge aspect, giving unparalleled insurance of polymers in answer.

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Ogston, B. N. Preston, and J. D. Wells. On the transport of compact particles through solutions of chain-polymers. Proc. Roy. Soc. London (A), 333 (1973), 297–316. [8] Z. Bu and P. S. Russo. Diffusion of dextran in aqueous hydroxypropylcellulose. Macromolecules, 27 (1994), 1187–1194. [9] W. Brown, P. Stilbs, and R. M. Johnsen. Diffusion and sedimentation of dextran in concentrated solutions. J. Polym. Sci. Polym. , 20 (1982), 1771–1780. [10] G. D. J. Phillies, G. B. Benedek, and N. A. Mazer. Diffusion in protein solutions at high concentrations: a study by quasielastic light scattering spectroscopy.

15). 6 reflect the general behavior of polymers in Theta solvents. 15, in the marginal solvent butan-2-one(18). 7 and noted by Roots and Nystrom, the plot of log(s) against log(c) shows continuous curvature at all concentrations and molecular weights studied. Roots and Nystrom interpret their result in terms of scaling models by asserting, citing Weill and des Cloizeaux(19), that dynamic scaling exponents only reach their asymptotic limits slowly: under this interpretation, concentration scaling for s has an apparent concentration-dependent scaling exponent because simple scaling is obtained only at concentrations and molecular weights much higher than those they studied.

Pietruszkiewicz. The effect of hyaluronic acid on the sedimentation rate of other substances. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 49 (1961), 258–264. [5] T. C. Laurent, I. Bjork, A. Pietruszkiewicz, and H. Persson. On the interaction between polysaccharides and other macromolecules: II. The transport of globular particles through hyaluronic acid solutions. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 78 (1963), 351–359. [6] T. C. Laurent and H. Persson. The interaction between polysaccharides and other macromolecules VII.

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