polydispersity


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polydispersity

(ˌpɒlɪdɪˈspɜːsɪtɪ)
n
(Chemistry) chem the state of being polydisperse
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Such elevated growth can be credited to its chemical characteristics such as low polydispersity and eminent thermal stability.
Through the modification with the organic peroxide and the multifunctional epoxy, the polydispersity was increased the most, with values of 1.
Particle size, Polydispersity Index (PDI) and zeta potential were determined by photon correlation spectroscopy (PCS) using a Zetasizer nano zs (Malvern Instruments Ltd, UK).
Includes a data analysis module GPC / SEC calculating parameters such as Mp, Mn, Mw, Mv, Mz, Mz + 1 of molecular weight, the polydispersity.
Key statement: The invention relates to a functionalized diene elastomer composed: a) of a diene elastomer functionalized, at the chain end or in the middle of the chain, by a tin functional group, exhibiting a monomodal distribution of molecular weights before functionalization and a polydispersity index before functionalization of less than or equal to 1.
This technology determines molecular weight, size, shape and polydispersity, and Is capable of Interactions between particles in a native, matrix-free environment.
As shown in Table 1, the mean particle size and polydispersity of free artocarpin were 153602.
Among the examples presented are narrow polydispersity PAOs, new hybrid acrylic silicone technology, aliphatic polycarbonate, and an antioxidant dT-mPM technology.
w]), and polydispersity index (PDI) of PP, C-HP, and WH-HP resins.
Synthesis and characterization of small colloidal gold nanoparticles, where molecule-to-plasmonic transitions occur, is hindered by polydispersity and spontaneous particle aggregation (2).
A measure of the broadness of polymer molecular weight distribution, which is polydispersity index (PD), was also calculated using equation (1) below: