4 Current white paper of Malvernrss
Polyethylene and Polypropylene are so-called Polyolefins. They are produced in large amounts every year. Depending on the process and catalyst used linear or branched polymers can be produced. In case of e. g. Polyethylene there are at least three po
A number of factors influence the rheology of a suspension, including particle size, particle size distribution, and the volume fraction of solids present. Here we examine the relationship between rheology and particle size parameters. Commonly used
Colloid emulsions in their native environment require particle size determination in high concentration since there are concerns about changes in sample morphology upon dilution eg break up of aggregates. For proteins and other samples with very low concentration and for weakly scattering samples ...