Determination of Molecular Weight and Molecular-Weight Distribution

@inproceedings{Elias1977DeterminationOM,
  title={Determination of Molecular Weight and Molecular-Weight Distribution},
  author={H. Elias},
  year={1977}
}
Molecular-weight determination methods can be classed as absolute, equivalent, or relative. Absolute methods allow the molecular weight to be calculated directly from the measured quantities; a knowledge of the physical and chemical structure of the molecules is not required. Absolute methods include colligative methods (membrane osmometry, ebulliometry, cryoscopy, and vapor-phase osmometry), light scattering, and equilibrium sedimentation. Some methods yield simple, others mixed, averages of… CONTINUE READING

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