This book describes new gel permeation chromatography/liquid chromatography applications and techniques that will provide polymer scientists and practitioners with insight into the development of new polymers and plastics and improvement of existing materials.
Table of Contents
1. Gel Permeation Chromatography: A Twenty Year View 2. Macromolecular Compression and Viscous Fingering as Demonstrated in Frontal GPC 3. The use of Gel Permeation Chromatography to Determine the Structure and Polymerization Mechanism of Branched Block Copolymers 4. Polystyrene Bonded Silica as GPC Packing: A Variable Pore Diameter Packing Concept in GPC 5. Polyphosphazene Polymerization Studies Using High Performance GPC 6. High Precision Determination of Molecular Weight Changes in Polycarbonate by use of an internal Standard in Room Temperature GPC Measurements 7. A Coiled Microcolumn for Fast Gel Permeation Chromatography 8. Characterization of Oligomers by GPC 9. Liquid Chromatographic Characterization of Printed Circuit Board Materials 10. Application of HPGPC and Hplc to Characterize Oligomers and Small Molecules Used in Coating Systems 11. On Line Determination by Light Scattering of Mechanical Degradation in the GPC Process 12. Gel Permeation Chromatographic Analysis of Poly(2-Methylpentene-L Sulfone) and Poly(Butene-1 Sulfone): The influence of Polymer-Column and Polymer-Solvent interactions on Elution Behavior 13. The Application of Gel-Permeation Chromatography to Polyolefin Product Problems 14. Determination of Polyethylene Melt index from GPC Data